Toxic Shock. This is a very serious illness -- more information can be read here: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001676/.
Multiple. Influenzal symptoms with fever, nausea and vomiting are followed by low blood pressure, and there may often be a reddening of the skin on the palms and around the mouth and other areas, accompanied by possible kidney and liver failure and adult respiratory distress syndrome. Other factors are too numerous to go into here and will depend on the organism causing the tss.
Very sick. Usually fever, very high >102, rigors (not just chills like the flu), low blood pressure, low urine output. It progresses rapidly and can be life-threatening. It can come from an infection in the vagina that gets into the pelvis or from a rapidly spreading skin or soft tissue infection, that is extremely painful-not just a bit painful. Seek attention immediately.
Toxic Shock s. Headaches, diarrhea, confusion, general ill-feeling, low blood pressure, high fever, muscle aches, redness of eye/mouth/throat, kidney/liver failure, nausea/vomiting, seizures, widespread red rash that looks like sunburn.
Fever, rash. Signs/symptoms of toxic shock include: fever (> 38.9 c/102 f), diffuse rash, low blood pressure, vomiting and/or diarrhea, muscle pain, kidney failure, jaundice, and confusion/disorientation. Toxic shock is a very serious problem and requires immediate medical attention.
Unlikely. Chances are that if you're asking on social media you don't have it.
What could account for the fact my 20 year old daughter got symptoms of toxic shock syndrome last week?
Possible Tampon left. Often in young women who use super absorbent tampons there is the possiblity that they are left in too long thus predispoding to local infection which can spread to rest of body causing sepsis or what often presents as toxic shock.
See below. Staphylococcal tss ias characterized by fever, hypotension, sunburn like rash, desquamation and organ system failure with infection or colonization with a toxin producing strain of staphylococcus aureus. Streptococcal tss is a group a strep infection (usually necrotizing fasciitis), hypotension and multisystem failure.
Severe sepsis. Signs/symptoms of toxic shock include: fever (> 38.9 c/102 f), diffuse rash, low blood pressure, vomiting and/or diarrhea, muscle pain, kidney failure, jaundice, and confusion/disorientation. Toxic shock is a very serious problem and requires immediate medical attention.
Toxic shock syndrome: how do you get it, how common is it, what are the symptoms and how is it treated?
Bacterial infection. It is a rare syndrome. Causes includes superabsorbent tampons, skin infection and injury and surgery. It develops suddenly and can be fatal. Intravenous fluid, blood transfusion, Adrenalin like drugs, antibiotic.