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When Are Colds Contagious
Not once the : Skin has fully healed. But they are contagious in all forms of the active lesion. ...Read more
No: Allergies are your body's unique reactions to allergens that your body recognizes as foreign to your system. If it is an inhaled allergen, it would cause sneezing and watery nasal discharge. If it is an allergen that settled on the skin, it would cause a rash that is generally itchy. It is not contagious but rather genetic so it is common for members of family to react to same antigen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO, unfortunately: They are contagious through all phases until the skin has healed. They are most contagious with an open & oozing sore. ...Read more
Pneumonia: Is seldom transmissible from person to person. Whether this is possible depends upon the organisms causing the infection, the proximity of the people involved, their immune status, whether they smoke, and a variety of other factors. When transmissible it occurs most when the infected person is coughing and producing droplet nuclei of infected material which can be inhaled by others. ...Read more
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Yes/yes: We often have bacteria in/on our bodies in harmony.The process is labeled colonization and can be useful. You clot your blood with the help of gut bacteria's effect on vitamins. We usually reserve the term infection to note a harmful process. Bacteria are acquired from the environment, whether that be from persons,animals or objects where they live.The degree of contagiousness varies. ...Read more
LiveAttenuatedVaccin: Nasal Flu Vaccine is a live attenuated vaccine and is not contagious for healthy people.No serious illness has been reported among the contacts, Only contact with severely weakened immune system and in protective envoirenment like after stem cell transplant,on chemotherapy,pre term infants be avoided ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Once they're all scabbed, they're no longer contagious. ...Read more
No: They are most contagious when a scab cracks open and fluid oozes out. But, it is contagious through all phases. It is not contagious once the skin has healed. ...Read more
How long is someone contagious for when they have the common cold, flu, or bacterial / viral bronchitis?
Contagious periods: The contagious period differs for each type of infection, even among different viruses! there is a range of values based on different infections ranging from common cold to influenza. These vary from 24 hours to up to 2 weeks! you should ask your physician what infection you have and for how long you will be contagious. Common sense dictates that respiratory viruses travel by cough or sneeze. ...Read more
NO, they are : Contagious as long as there is a lesion. They are most contagious when split open & oozing. They are not contagious once the skin has fully healed. ...Read more
Common cold: This condition can be caused by a large variety of viruses, the most common is rhinovirus. People are most contagious for the first 2 to 3 days of a cold. A cold is usually not contagious after the first week. Cold symptoms usually start about 2 or 3 days after you came in contact with the virus, although it could take up to a week. Symptoms mostly affect the nose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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