Mosquitoes spread malaria and dengue. Rat fever or leptospirosis is the name given to a fever that causes the greatest risk of transmission to humans through rat urine. Let’s see who this flu comes from and what kind of symptoms it manifests!
Leptospirosis is an infection caused by a bacterial infection. There are many types of this. Some types of infections can lead to death. These bacteria enter the human foot, incision, and eye through the eye. Millions of people are infected every year.
The virus manifests itself within 5 to 14 days of entering the body. If this infection occurs, there will be fever and chills from time to time. Cough, diarrhea, vomiting or both of these can cause headaches, body aches, lower back pain, itching all over the body, redness of the eyes, and jaundice.
If the virus is low-grade bacteria it will get better after a few days of manifesting symptoms. Malignant bacteria can cause damage to vital organs such as the brain, kidneys, heart, liver, and lungs. This can even lead to fatalities.
It is difficult to diagnose the flu with its symptoms. This is because the symptoms are the same as the symptoms of the common cold. Its effect can only be detected by a blood test.
Elliptical fever is most prevalent in tropical countries like India. These bacteria survive in areas with hot and humid air. Bacteria can spread from rat droppings when it rains, infecting people.
Public health is essential to prevent the spread of rat fever. Do not walk barefoot, even outside the home. The rat may have polluted the place.
Wash your hands and feet with soap after going out. During the rainy season, waste water is mixed with rain water. So, when you get home, you should soak your feet in warm water and wash them.
Always boil water, cool and drink. In case of foot injuries, apply medicine immediately and cover it.