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Incubation Period For Common Cold Virus
Ebola virus: 2 to 21 days.Get a more detailed answer ›
When genital warts autoinnoculate does it take the incubation period or does it grow as you get the virus in that area?
If human rabies vaccine has taken while the virus is in its incubation period does the dose stops it?
Rabies prophylaxis: ????? Modern rabies vaccines and rabies immunoglobulin are highly effective at preventing rabies. If you were exposed, getting good wound care, rabies immunoglobulin and rabies vaccine will be effective. Once symptoms develop, it's too late. So if you are still without symptoms after your exposure -then just make sure to follow through with all the treatment. http://www.saovabha.com/th/default.a ...Read more
Many: Upper respiratory viral infections or colds are the most common respiratory viral illnesses causing hundreds of millions of infections per year. They are caused by a variety of viruses the rhinovirus(over 100 types) being the most common. Coronaviruses, parainfluenza viruses, respiratory syncytial viruses, adenoviruses, metapneumoviruses, enteroviruses and bocoviruses are the other causes. ...Read more
Hard to say: You are probably most contagious for the 48 hours before you show any symptoms. You will stay contagious as long as you have symptoms. You should be careful of what contact you have with others, particularly if they are very old or very young or have an immune problem (including those on chemotherapy). ...Read more
Can t1d be triggered by a common cold virus, not just the coxsackie virus? Any answers appreciated!
No: T1DM can happen gradually with a buildup of anti-insulin producing cell antibodies for weeks or months when some triggering event brings out symptomatic disease.An illness of any description could be the tipping point, because it triggers stress hormones that raise the blood sugar.There are other ways to kill off insulin production (genetic ,toxic) but a cold will not do the deed. ...Read more
Define "trigger": T1DM is a process that emerges after a period of time when the body looses its ability to make insulin.The apparent mechanism involves destruction of insulin producing cells by auto-immune antibodies. The source of those antibodies is illusive but thought to include enteroviral infections.The disease often presents after a triggering illness, but could be diagnosed earlier by specific tests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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