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Doctor insights on: First Cholera Outbreak

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When was the first breakout of herpes simplex virus?

When was the first breakout of herpes simplex virus?

Historically ?: Are you meaning historically or yourself personally? Herpes simplex virus is related to the smallpox virus and has been around forever. Typically it occurs on nerve areas similar to shingles. I do not know if I have answered your question or not. Sorry. ...Read more

Cholera (Definition)

A dangerous intestinal infection caused by consuming food or water contaminated with a bacteria (Vibrio cholerae) that can lead to severe dehydration or death. Cholera causes such watery diarrhea, that it has been described ...Read more


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Is the herpes simplex virus contracted from the first unprotected sexual encounter?

Is the herpes simplex virus contracted from the first unprotected sexual encounter?

Yes can get it: in the first encounter in unprotected sex , once get infected will never leave the body , see your doctor some drugs like famclovir may help you ...Read more

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Why the predicted cholera outbreaks never materialise after floods?

Why the predicted cholera outbreaks never materialise after floods?

They do: They sometimes do. The best example is the recent devastating outbreak in haiti that killed almost 10, 000 people. The thing about cholera is that it has to start with someone who has it. Flooding is not enough. In the case of the haitian outbreak, the source is felt to have been infected un peacekeepers from nepal stationed along the artibonite river. ...Read more

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Typhoid treatment in first trimester pregnancy?

Typhoid treatment in first trimester pregnancy?

Antibiotics...: ... Usually used to treat typhoid are not recommended in pregnancy, but there are safe alternatives, such a ceftriaxone. ...Read more

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How come the west nile virus and malaria are contracted by mosquitos but the aids virus isn't?

How come the west nile virus and malaria are contracted by mosquitos but the aids virus isn't?

Agree w earlier: responses. HIV can only be transmitted between humans. The virus would be unable to remain alive in a mosquito. Even if it could, mosquitoes don't inject blood into people. ...Read more

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How come a cholera vaccine only contain cholera poison and not the cholera bacteria?

How come a cholera vaccine only contain cholera poison and not the cholera bacteria?

Vaxchora: “Vaxchora is a live, attenuated vaccine. The V. choleraevaccine strain in Vaxchora produces an incomplete, nontoxic version of the cholera toxin. Vaxchora replicates in the gastrointestinal tract.” REF: https://www.paxvaxconnect.com/vaxchora?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=vaxchora&utm_campaign=HCP%20Brand ...Read more

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How many people were quarantined during the sars outbreak?

How many people were quarantined during the sars outbreak?

Where?: In the us, only those with confirmed disease were isolated, and there were fewer than 30 cases. ...Read more

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Has anyone experienced an outbreak of pertussis locally?

Has anyone experienced an outbreak of pertussis locally?

Yes: Yes, in my area we are in the midst of a serious outbreak, mostly in school age kids and adults. Rarely have infants been diagnosed currently. The mix includes underimmunized patients needing booster updates, not immunized at all and occasionally immunized patients where the vaccine apparently did not "take". ...Read more

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When there is an outbreak of west nile virus, how do you rid of infected mosquitoes?

Standing water: Get rid of standing water - water in puddles, bird baths, old tires are nurseries for breeding mosquitoes. ...Read more

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When was the chicken cholera vaccine given?

When was the chicken cholera vaccine given?

Fowl cholera: Fowl (or chicken) Cholera Vaccine was developed by pasteur in the late 1800s. The disease is caused by pasteurella and is not related to human cholera caused by vibrio cholerae. The human disease, originally called asiatic cholera, is now a misnomer as 90 percent or more of cases currently originate in subsaharan africa. Fowl Cholera Vaccine was never used in humans. ...Read more

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Recurrence of symptoms one month after initial infection/food poisoning incident. Recurrence has happened in all four people originally infected.

Recurrence of symptoms one month after initial infection/food poisoning incident. Recurrence has happened in all four people originally infected.

Food poisoning: Unsure what the symptoms are. If diarrhea consider campylobacter infection which usually responds to zithromax. Need stool for culture O&P, and C difficile, though first. to rule out other bacteria. See doc/urgent care. ...Read more

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Can pregnancy cause first herpes outbreak?

Can pregnancy cause first herpes outbreak?

No.: Pregnancy cannot, per se, cause herpes; but if the man who impregnated you has genital herpes, he could have infected you at the same time he got you pregnant. The first step is to get tested, and make sure you actually have herpes before trying to figure out what (or who) caused it. ...Read more

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When after coming in contact with the herpes virus will one's first outbreak be?

When after coming in contact with the herpes virus will one's first outbreak be?

3 to 30 days: Some people do not get any symptoms or classic eruption associated with it, but if one gets it, it is 2 to 14 days after the exposure. ...Read more

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Can the first outbreak of herpes simplex 2 always appear with in the first month of contracting it?

Can the first outbreak of herpes simplex 2 always appear with in the first month of contracting it?

Can vary: First outbreak of hsv-2 can vary from happening within 2-12 days post exposure, to longer than that for some. ...Read more