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I was diagnosed with thypoid fever on januari '12 n hospitalized. Then it relapsed on april and september. What's wrong with my body?
Typhoid relapse x2: Typhoid may relapse, more commonly with inadequate therapy. Were the diagnoses confirmed each time? You need to know that since there may be something else going on. Also, people with suppressed cell-mediated immunity can relapse with salmonellosis...See your doctor. ...Read more
My 8months old baby is having thypoid fever, she feel weak, she's taking vitamins and medication, what should we do to increase her energy?
Rest and feed her: this could be side effects of meds or disease itself ...Read more
I had thypoid fever for 1 week was hospitalized and discharged now.now no fever and I'm on anti biotics but tiredness, low appetite,bloating remains.
Typhoid fever: Recovery from this very severe systemic disease may take some time to be complete. Once the antibiotics have been completed it might be beneficial to eat at least one cup of non-pasteurized yogurt a day or to take probiotics to help restore normal gut flora. ...Read more
BothCauseFeverButDif: Typhoid Fever is a Bacterial Infection caused by a Bacteria Salmonella Typhi.It causes very high fever and is treated with appropriate Antibiotics.It is caused by eating contaminated food and water and is common in many third world countries Malaria is caused by Malaria Parasite which is transmitted to humans by the bite of species of mosquito called Anopheles in Asian,African and Latin America ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Blood culture: The best way to diagnose typhoid (after asking the right questions and clinical suspicion!) is to culture blood, stool, or sometimes even bone marrow. The older "widal test" (demonstrating anti-somatic and anti-flagellar antibodies in blood) is unreliable, but often used in the developing world due to its low cost. There are newer antigen/antibody tests becoming available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Typhoid: Persons with typhoid fever usually have a sustained fever as high as 103° to 104° F (39° to 40° C). They may also feel weak, or have stomach pains, headache, or loss of appetite. In some cases, patients have a rash of flat, rose-colored spots. The only way to know for sure if an illness is typhoid fever is to have samples of stool or blood tested for the presence of Salmonella Typhi. ...Read more
We can not answer: We can not asnswer your question as we do not know what antibiotics you are taking and if you are hospitalized for it Typhoid Fever is a serious infectious disease and most of the time treated in the hospital after confirming with blood and stool and other tests and treated with IV Antibiotics under medical supervision Discuss your case with your doctor and follow up with him/her ...Read more