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Is It Safe To Viral Myocarditis
Is it possible to catch viral gastroenteritis whilst currently infected with cold virus? If so is that a dangerous combination?
Multiple Virus: Yes, you certainly can be infected with multiple viral infections at once. Whether or not it is dangerous depends on the specific viral infections. Generally, a cold and gastrointestinal virus at the same time are not dangerous. They are however, very uncomfortable for the person who has them at the same time. The biggest threat is dehydration. Seek care if that is occurring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Meningitis: Causes of bacterial meningitis including strep, neisseria, h flu & viruses like enteroviruses, herpes, & hiv. Bacteria & viruses that cause meningitis colonize the nose & throat & are transmitted through respiratory droplets. Viral meningitis can also be transmitted by fecal-oral routes & insect bites. Usually contacts working within ~3 ft of those with meningitis r considered to be at high risk. ...Read more
Which antibiotic is least likely to cause fatal heart arrhythmias or allergic reactions? How safe is ammoxillin?
Amoxicillin: Is quite safe if no allergy to it, as for the arrhythmia, it isn't a concern with amoxicillin, rather with other groups of antibiotics, as macrolides, again very rare, not dose related, at times when those drugs are combined with other medications in patients with history of arrhythmias. Wish you wellness ...Read more
CAN BE TREATED/: Pnumocococcal meningitis if treated appropriately and early without delay has good prognosis with full recovery.70to80% get full recovery without any complications. Rest have one or more of the following complications brain damage subdural effusion hearing loss seizures hydrocephalus. ...Read more
Complicates "cold": Many cases of lymphocytic myocarditis are probably caused by the coxsackie virus, which produces mild viral illnesses most of the time. Some people, for unknown reasons, have it travel to the heart, or it may excite an immune response. South of the border, lymphocytic myocarditis is often chagas' trypanosomiasis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: Tuberculosis is caused by an infection with a bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This bacteria can infect the lungs and other body sites. Tuberculosis is definitely contagious and can be spread from person to person. Tuberculosis can be a serious health problem and can require many months of therapy with multiple antibiotics to cure. Hope that this helps. ...Read more
Hard to say: Most likely not since this is a viral disorder, but maybe a cardiologist can chime one to see if there is any merit to this. ...Read more
Gastroenteritis: I prefer to use gastroenteritis to describe what people refer to as the 'stomach flu', vomiting, diarrhea, sometimes accompanied by fever. It is usually casused by a viruses-this year we are seeing a lot of norovirus. Gastroenteritis can also be caused by bacteria-like e. Coli, salmonella, shigella, yersinia, campylobacter. It is not influenza (respiratory illnes, longer lasting, severe). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: A viral infection of the pleura cannot change into a bacterial infection. It is posssible for a bacterial infection to spread from the lungs into the pleural space by direct extension or through the bloodstream ie. Hematogenous spread. Viral infections cannot morph into bacterial infections. ...Read more
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