Treatment should be started as soon as possible, ideally within a few hours of being bitten or scratched.

But it's often safe to delay treatment until the next day if the vaccine and/or immunoglobulin need to be specially ordered in by your doctor.

Without treatment, the symptoms of rabies will usually develop after 3 to 12 weeks, although they can start sooner or much later than this.

The first symptoms can include:

  • a high temperature (fever) of 38C (100.4F) or above
  • a headache
  • feeling anxious or generally unwell
  • in some cases, discomfort at the site of the bite.

Other symptoms appear a few days later, such as:

Once symptoms appear, rabies is almost always fatal. In these cases, treatment will focus on making the person as comfortable as possible.

The UK has been rabies-free since the beginning of the 20th century, with the exception of a rabies-like virus in a species of wild bat called Daubenton's bats.

This has only been found in a few bats, and the risk of human infection is thought to be low. People who regularly handle bats are most at risk.

There has only been 1 recorded case of someone catching rabies from a bat in the UK. It's also rare for infected bats to spread rabies to other animals.

But if you find an injured or dead bat, don't touch it. Wear thick gloves if you need to move it.

To report the incident and get advice, call:

  • England – Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) Rural Services Helpline on 03000 200 301
  • Wales – APHA Rural Services Helpline on 0300 303 8268
  • Scotland – your local APHA Field Service Office – find contact details for your nearest Field Service Office

Page last reviewed: 23/02/2017
Next review due: 23/02/2020

The following symptoms of diabetes are typical. However, some people with type 2 diabetes have symptoms so mild that they go unnoticed.

Common symptoms of diabetes:

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Coughing and drooling can also be clear indications of cat flu or cat colds. Drooling can be particularly upsetting for cat owners as your moggy's fur can become completely soaked in saliva. Coughing is also very distressing and can sometimes lead to retching.

Below are details of the main symptoms associated with each of the two viruses normally associated with cat flu - Feline HerpesVirus (FHV- 1) and Feline Calicivirus (FCV)

Feline HerpesVirus (FHV- 1):

>> Swollen eyes often accompanied by a discharge. Sometimes this can lead to the development of corneal ulcers.

>> Sneezing and inflammation of the lining is of the nose (rhinitis). Discharge from the nose is initially clear but becomes green and thick as cat flu develops. Your cat's sense of smell may deteriorate significantly, thereby leading to a lack of interest in food.

>> Your cat will clearly appear unwell and may develop a fever. A loss of appetite is very likely and dehydration becomes a real risk.

Feline Calicivirus (FVC):

>> Mouth ulcers are a very common symptom of feline calicivirus and this ultimately triggers off drooling and loss of appetite.

>> Ulcers can affect various parts of your cat including the tongue, palate, mouth, tip of the nose and the lips. One particular strain of FVC is even known to lead to ulcers in a cat's paws.

>> Your cat's nose and eyes are likely to be runny and gingivitis may affect the gums. A fever may also develop and your cat may start to limp as a result of pain in the joints.

If you have been trying to get pregnant, or you have a suspicion that you may have conceived, there are some common signs and symptoms that occur to most women early in their pregnancy. These symptoms include emotional signs as well as physical symptoms. If you identify with these signs, and feel that you may be pregnant, it is important to confirm your pregnancy as early as possible to begin prenatal care for you and your new baby.

A missed period is one of the most obvious signs of pregnancy, but by the time you realize you have missed your period you could already be 2-3 weeks pregnant. Some early symptoms of pregnancy begin even before a missed period. These signs include flu like symptoms, fatigue, headache, implantation bleeding, mood swings, nausea, changes in your breasts, frequent urination, and odd food cravings. Many of these symptoms mimic pre-menstrual symptoms and can occur a few days after conception occurs.

Many women report feeling severe fatigue very early in their pregnancy; the fatigue quickly goes away and then they feel quite energetic until late in the pregnancy. Implantation bleeding occurs when the fertilized egg implants itself into the uterine wall; this process occurs 6-12 days after conception and may be accompanied by light spotting and cramps.

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Extremely high Eosinophil count

Enlargement of liver and spleen

Central nervous system lesions can also occur sometimes

Granulomatous reactions and fibrosis in the affected organs can lead to

Colonic polyposis with bloody diarrhea mostly in Schistosoma mansoni;

Portal hypertension with hematemesis and splenomegaly in Schistosoma mansoni, Schistosoma japonicum;

Cystitis and ureteritis with hematuria leading to bladder cancer in Schistosoma haematobium; Pulmonary hypertension in Schistosoma mansoni, Schistosoma japonicum, and even Schistosoma haematobium;

Glomerulonephritis; and central nervous system lesions.

Eggs of the infecting parasite can be identified in the stool or urine of the patient under a microscope. Examination of stool for the identification of the parasites is more common. An egg per gram (epg) is the scientific unit used to measure the eggs in the feces of the affected patient. Stool examination is recommended to patients affected with schistosoma mansoni or schistosoma japonicum; and urine examination for schistosoma haematobium.

Sometimes the Kato-Katz technique (20 to 50 mg of fecal material) or the Ritchie technique is also used for field surveys and investigational purposes.

A team led by Dr. Russell Stothard, head of the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative at the Natural History Museum, London, recently conducted a field evaluation, which reported that even if stool or urine examinations are negative, a tissue biopsy might reveal eggs. Detection of antibody might as well be useful for epidemiological surveys as well as clinical research and management.

Schistosomiasis can be successfully treated using an oral drug Praziquantel. Though a single dose of this drug can cure the infection, it is not effective in preventing re-infection of the patient, which is highly probable in an affected area. Researches are presently being carried on to develop a vaccine for this disease.

The toxic metalloid, antimony was initially used in low doses to treat schistosomiasis, but this is not used in present days. Another drug called Oxamniquine is used outside the U.S to treat Schistosoma mansoni.

Investigations are being carried on a new Egyptian drug, Mirazid for the treatment of this disease.

Other forms of oral medication that are being experimented with are medicinal castor oil, Gopo Berry (by Dr Chidzere of Zimbabwe in 1980s), etc.

Acrolein, copper sulfate, and niclosamide can be used to eliminate the fresh-water snails that cause the disease.

Crayfish breeding can also be helpful for the purpose though it must be done with caution.

Avoiding water bodies previously detected with snails.

Use of sapindus plant(Phytolacca dodecandra) to prevent the disease by controlling snails. Aklilu Lemma and Legesse Wolde-Yohannes received the Right Livelihood Award in 1989 for their research.

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Most people in good health get better from the flu by themselves after 5 to 7 days. You should get good rest and eat according to your appetite.

Coughing and fatigue may last for 2 weeks or even longer.

You may relieve symptoms of the flu by taking the following measures:

If you have a fever, your body naturally loses a lot of fluid, especially through sweating. It is therefore important to drink a lot and often.

  • Preferably drink cold or hot liquids: water, milk, juice, broth.
  • Avoid alcoholic beverages or caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea and energy drinks. As these drink make you urinate, they increase loss of fluid.

In the absence of complications or risk factors, treatment of the flu requires no prescription medication. However, to relieve fever and pain, you may take over-the-counter medicine such as acetaminophen, Tylenol ® for example, and ibuprophen, Advil ® for example.

Avoid taking medication that includes identical ingredients at the same time. For instance, do not take Tylenol ® and Tylenol ® Sinus together because both these medicines contain acetaminophen.

In certain cases, your doctor may prescribe antiviral medicine to reduce the duration and severity of your symptoms. This type of medication is most effective when taken at the onset of an infection.

If your child is over 3 months old and has a fever, you may give him or her acetaminophen such as Tylenol ®, following instructions given and according to your child’s weight.

Avoid giving children and adolescents acetylsalicylic acid such as aspirin. Such medication can lead to a serious disease of the brain and liver known as ‘Reye's Syndrome’ in children and adolescents with the flu.

The flu can lead to certain complications, including:

  • Dehydration due to sweating caused by fever
  • Pneumonia
  • Bronchitis
  • Sinusitis
  • Otitis

For people considered more vulnerable to sickness, certain complications can lead to hospitalisation or even death.

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Pain that sets in right after a meal—especially a big meal—often means the stomach is overloaded and its contents have nowhere to go but up. But you may be able to prevent this without taking medication.

"I would stress not eating big, fatty meals and watching [your intake of alcohol and tobacco]," says Dr. Coyle, who is a spokesman for the American College of Gastroenterology.

And it's another reason not to recline after dining.

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Sometimes acid escaping from your stomach can make its way into the back of your throat, leaving an icky, bitter taste in your mouth. In really extreme cases, this can cause choking.

If that happens—especially at night—you should see a doctor. "I'm very aggressive with therapy if patients wake up choking," says Dr. Coyle, adding that he usually recommends acid-suppressing medications like proton pump inhibitors, H2 blockers, and antacids. (Dr. Coyle is on the Speakers Bureau for Takeda Pharmaceuticals, which markets proton pump inhibitors).

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You might think you're in the early stages of a cold when your voice starts cracking, but hoarseness can be another heartburn symptom.

If stomach acid is seeping into your esophagus it can irritate your vocal cords, says Dr. Pfanner, who is also a gastroenterologist at Scott & White, in Temple, Texas. Pay attention to when your voice sounds more husky than usual. If it's after you've eaten, you may have reflux.

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A sore throat is another classic cold or flu symptom that might actually be caused by digestive problems.

If your throat tends to ache only after meals, you may have heartburn. Unlike with a cold or the flu, however, this type of sore throat can also be chronic. If you don't develop other symptoms, such as sniffling or sneezing, consider acid reflux.

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Many respiratory symptoms, such as chronic cough and wheezing, can also be due to heartburn, likely because stomach acid is getting into your lungs.

If you suspect heartburn is at the root of your breathing difficulties—possibly because it occurs immediately after eating—you may want to talk to your doctor about getting a pH test. The test is an outpatient procedure that measures the amount of acid in your esophagus over a 24-hour period and can help determine if you have acid reflux.

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The coughing and wheezing from heartburn can get so bad they could become triggers for asthma.

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It is not clear, however, if frequent heartburn actually causes people to develop asthma. Although many people who have heartburn also have asthma and vice versa, the reasons for this overlap aren't clear.

Experts think stomach acid can trigger nerves in the chest to constrict your breathing tubes in order to keep acid from entering. Again, a simple pH test to look for acid in your esophagus may help you get to the bottom of the problem.

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Nausea is associated with so many things that it can be hard to attribute it to reflux. But, says Dr. Coyle, "in some people, the only manifestation they have of reflux is nausea. If you have nausea and can't figure out why, one of the things [to] think about is reflux."

And if the nausea tends to come on right after meals, that's even more of an indication that it might be acid reflux. If so, a regular antacid treatment such as an over-the-counter acid-countering medicine could cut down on your discomfort.

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If your mouth all of a sudden starts producing extra saliva, it could be water brash, which is highly suggestive of acid reflux, Dr. Coyle says.

It involves the same nerves and reflex as when you vomit. "It is your body trying to wash out an irritant in your esophagus," he says.

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Over time, the continuous cycle of damage and healing after acid reflux causes scarring, Dr. Pfanner says. This, in turn, causes swelling in the lower-esophagus tissue, resulting in a narrowing of the esophagus and difficulty swallowing.

Eine Grippe (Influenza) kann sehr unterschiedlich ablaufen: Milde, erkältungsähnliche Grippesymptome sind ebenso möglich wie eine schwere Erkrankung, die im Extremfall sogar tödlich enden kann.

Gerade anfangs kann man die Grippe leicht mit einer Erkältung verwechseln. Der Unterschied zwischen Influenza und Erkältung zeigt sich im Verlauf und in der Schwere der Erkrankung.

Die Grippe ist eine plötzlich auftretende, fieberhafte Viruserkrankung, die durch verschiedene Grippeviren entsteht. Da sie im Winter häufiger vorkommt, wird sie auch "saisonale Grippe" genannt.

Typischerweise tritt die Grippe zeitlich und örtlich gehäuft auf: Dann spricht man von einer Grippewelle oder Epidemie. In größeren Zeitabständen von mehreren Jahren bis Jahrzehnten breitet sich die Influenza länderübergreifend beziehungsweise weltweit aus – dies bezeichnet man als Pandemie.

Die Erkrankungs- und Sterberate schwankt bei der Influenza allerdings stark. In manchen Jahren steigt die normale Sterblichkeitsrate trotz Grippefällen gar nicht an. Doch während einer einzelnen Grippesaison können auch mehrere Tausend Menschen mehr als sonst sterben. So gab es beispielsweise durch die besonders heftige Grippewelle 2012/13 in Deutschland über 20.000 zusätzliche Todesfälle. Daher ist eine Influenza nie als harmlos anzusehen.

Typisch für die echte Grippe (Influenza): Man fühlt sich schlagartig richtig krank.

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Who should be vaccinated against influenza?
The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccine every year. Everyone age 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine. It’s especially important that certain people get vaccinated either because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications.
The influenza vaccine is updated every year to provide protection from the flu viruses that are likely to be circulating and causing disease. Also, your body’s level of immunity from a vaccine received last flu season is expected to have declined. Getting vaccinated every year before influenza activity begins in your community can help protect you during the flu season. The best time to get vaccinated is as soon as the vaccine is available. However, it’s never too late to get vaccinated.

Flu vaccines protect against multiple strains of influenza. Even if the vaccine is not a “perfect” match to all the circulating flu strains, the vaccine can still offer some protection, and may help to prevent complications or severe illness if flu illness does occur.

Infants younger than 6 months are too young to get a flu vaccine, but they are at higher risk for complications, hospitalization and death from the flu. Therefore, it is especially important that family members and other people who care for young infants get vaccinated to help ensure that they don’t spread the infection to them.

There are some people who should not get a flu vaccine, for instance, people who have had a severe reaction to a flu vaccine or any of its components in the past. For more information about who should and who should not get vaccinated, visit: http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/whoshouldvax.htm.

Who is at high risk for developing flu complications?
The flu is a serious disease, especially for certain age groups and people with certain chronic health conditions, such as:

  • Children younger than 5, but especially younger than 2 years old
  • Adults 65 years of age and older
  • Women who are pregnant or who have just had a baby
  • People with chronic lung disease (such as asthma and COPD), diabetes (type 1 and 2), heart disease, neurologic conditions, blood disorders, weak immune systems and certain other long-term medical conditions
  • People who are morbidly obese

The flu can lead to complications such as pneumonia and bronchitis and can make chronic health problems worse. To help prevent the spread of the flu, those who live with people in a high-risk group and healthcare workers who provide care to high-risk patients should also receive an annual influenza vaccine.

Can the flu vaccine give me the flu?
The flu vaccine cannot give you the flu. The viruses contained in flu vaccines are weakened or inactivated (killed), meaning they cannot cause the full-blown illness. The most common side effect of the injectable flu vaccine is soreness at the spot where the shot was given. Persons who receive the nasal spray may experience a runny nose or headache.

If you get flu-like symptoms soon after getting vaccinated, it can mean you may have been exposed to the flu before you received your vaccine, or during the two-week period it takes the body to gain protection after vaccination. It might also mean you are sick with another illness that causes symptoms similar to the flu.

For more information about the flu and the benefits of the flu vaccine, talk to your health care provider or contact your local health department.

Where can I get a flu vaccination?

  • Contact your local health department
  • Check with your health care provider
  • Use the vaccine locator to find a vaccine clinic near you

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    Bei einer Grippe sollten Sie umgehend einen Arzt aufsuchen. Die ärztliche Behandlung der Grippe besteht zunächst vor allem darin, die Symptome zu lindern. Sollten Sie einer Risikogruppe angehören, so kann Ihnen der Arzt sogenannte Neuraminidase-Hemmer verabreichen. Diese blockieren das Enzym Neuraminidase und reduzieren so die Vermehrung der Viren. Als Risikogruppe gelten Kinder, Schwangere, Patienten mit Abwehrschwäche und ältere Menschen. Überdies sollten Sie sich schonen und Bettruhe einhalten, bis die Krankheit vollständig überstanden ist. Erst wenn Sie wieder vollständig gesund sind, sollten Sie an Ihren Arbeitsplatz zurückkehren. Dies gilt insbesondere, wenn Sie dort Kontakt mit anderen Menschen haben.

    Die Grippe kann durch drei verschiedene Virus-Typen verursacht werden: Typ A, Typ B und Typ C. Für Menschen sind die Typen A und B von besonderer Bedeutung, wovon das Influenza A Virus am häufigsten zur Grippe führt. Vor allem dadurch, dass die genetischen Eigenschaften des Influenza A Viruses leicht veränderbar sind, kommt es in jedem Jahr zu neuen Varianten. So ist es uns Menschen nicht möglich Antikörper zu entwickeln, die uns auch im Folgejahr vor einer Erkrankung schützen. Das Influenza A Virus verursacht starke Beschwerden und breitet sich regelmäßig epidemisch oder pandemisch aus. Außerdem ist die Influenza A der einzige Typ, der auch andere Säugetiere und Vögel infizieren kann. Varianten des Influenza A Viruses sind auch die “Schweinegrippe” und die “Vogelgrippe”. Der Influenza Typ C kommt hingegen weniger oft vor und verläuft in den meisten Fällen auch weniger stark als die anderen beiden Grippe-Typen. Die typischen Symptome dieses Typs sind die einer gewöhnlichen Erkältung. Auch entwickeln die meisten Menschen bereits als Kind Antikörper gegen den Typ C.

    Die Grippewelle beginnt meistens um den Jahreswechsel herum und dauert typischerweise drei bis vier Monate an. Warum jedoch die Grippefälle in den Wintermonaten höher sind, ist aktuell noch unklar. Das RKI (Robert-Koch-Institut) vermutet jedoch, dass sich die Grippeviren in kalten Temperaturen und bei trockener Luft (Heizungsluft) außerhalb ihres Wirts am wohlsten fühlen. Vor allem dann befällt das Virus neue Wirte und gelangt in die menschliche Atemschleimhaut. Eine Infektion ist prinzipiell jedoch das ganze Jahr über möglich. Das Risiko an einer Grippe zu erkranken ist jedes Jahr unterschiedlich hoch und variiert auch nach Region. Um zu herauszufinden, ob Sie in einem Gebiet mit erhöhtem Gripperisiko wohnen, können Sie die Website zur Arbeitsgemeinschaft Influenza des Robert-Koch-Institutes Robert-Koch-Institutes aufrufen. Dazu genügt es oft schon wenn Sie das Stichwort “rki influenza” bei einer Suchmaschine Ihrer Wahl eingeben. Wie groß die Welle der Influenza 2018 wird, ist noch abzuwarten.

    Haemophilus influenzae, also Influenza B, ist der zweithäufigste Influenza Typ. Dieser kommt nur bei Menschen vor und nennt sich Bakterium Haemophilus Influenzae Typ B. Dieser Grippe Typ benötigt Blut um sich in seinem Wirt zu vermehren. Auch hier ist der Übertragungsweg, wie bei der Influenza A, die Tröpfchen- und Kontaktinfektion. Insbesondere Kleinkinder und Babies bis fünf Jahren erkranken oft und schwer. Bei Kindern und Jugendlichen fällt die Krankheit oft weniger stark aus und gilt als ungefährlicher als Influenza A. Aus einer Erkältung kann übrigens kein Grippevirus werden. Jedoch kann durch eine vorangegangene Erkältung eine Grippeerkrankung begünstigt werden, da das Immunsystem schwächer ist und so leichter von Grippe Viren befallen werden kann.

    Die Inkubationszeit der Influenza, also die Zeit zwischen Ansteckung bis zum Ausbruch der Krankheit, liegt bei etwa ein bis fünf Tagen. Die genaue Inkubationszeit hängt von dem Zustand des Immunsystems der betroffenen Person ab. In der Influenza-Inkubationszeit kann ein Betroffener bereits weitere Personen anstecken, weswegen er bereits bei den ersten akuten Symptomen Zuhause bleiben sollte. Dadurch, dass eine Grippe plötzlich ausbricht, sollte man bei einer Grippewelle generell Körperkontakt, wie zum Beispiel Händeschütteln vermeiden. Denn ein Betroffener könnte bereits infiziert sein oder sich noch in der Influenza-Inkubationszeit befinden. Ansteckend bleibt der Betroffene noch bis zu einer Woche nach auftreten der erste Grippe Krankheitszeichen. Die Ansteckung anderer erfolgt, wie auch bei einer Erkältung, über die sogenannte Tröpfcheninfektion. Das bedeutet, dass durch Sprechen, Husten oder Niesen Viren in die Luft gelangen und so von anderen eingeatmet werden. Außerdem kann sich das Influenza Virus an Gegenstände festsetzen (“Kontaktinfektion”). Vor allem Türklinken und öffentliche Gegenstände sind hier im Visier. Wer mit den Händen nun betroffene Gegenstände berührt und anschließend Kontakt mit den Schleimhäuten, zum Beispiel Mund, Nase oder Augen hat, kann sich schnell mit der Grippe anstecken.

    Hat man sich mit Influenza-Viren angesteckt, beginnt die Grippe fast immer akut und schlagartig mit hohem Fieber. Auch Abgeschlagenheit, Schüttelfrost sowie Kopf- und Gliederschmerzen gehört zu den typischen Symptomen dazu. Der weitere Verlauf der Grippe gestaltet sich typischerweise mit

    • Fieber von 38,5 Grad und mehr
    • Übelkeit und Kreislaufbeschwerden
    • Frösteln, Kopf-, Muskel- und Gliederschmerzen
    • Schwäche und Müdigkeit
    • Schluckbeschwerden und Halsschmerzen
    • Lichtempfindlichkeit und Augenbrennen
    • Festsitzendem, trockenem Husten mit zähem Schleim

    Nach der anfänglichen, akuten Phase folgt dann eine längere Phase der Besserung, die oft von lang andauerndem Reizhusten gekennzeichnet ist. Dieser langgezogene Verlauf schwächt Körper und Immunsystem oft so stark, dass der Organismus in dieser Zeit leicht von anderen Infektionen befallen werden kann. In Extremfällen ist Influenza B besonders gefährlich, da es dabei auch zu einer gefährlichen Hirnhautentzündung (Meningitis) oder Lungenentzündung kommen kann. Wie “stark” die Grippe bei einem Menschen ausfällt und wie lange die Influenza dauert, hängt insbesondere von dem Immunsystem des Menschen ab. Menschen mit einem guten Immunsystem sind eher wieder fit als welche mit bereits geschwächten Systemen. Außerdem spielt der Typ der Grippe eine Rolle. Influenza A ist in den meisten Fällen der Stärkste, gefolgt von der Grippe Typ B.

    Sie können vorbeugend eine Influenza-Impfung durchführen lassen. Optimalerweise erfolgt die Grippeschutzimpfung von September bis November. Bei einer akut auftretenden Grippewelle nach November kann die Impfung auch zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt noch sinnvoll sein. Man sollte sich übrigens jedes Jahr neu impfen lassen, um sich vor der Grippe zu schützen, da sich das Influenzavirus jährlich ändert. Durch eine Influenza-Impfung sind Sie nur gegen einen bestimmten Typ von Influenza Virus immun.
    Es werden zwei verschiedene Grippeschutzimpfungen angeboten und vom Robert-Koch-Institut (Impfkommission) für verschiedene Gesellschaftsgruppen empfohlen.

    Besonders empfehlenswert ist der Impfschutz für:

    • Schwangere ab dem zweiten Schwangerschaftsdrittel
    • Ältere Menschen (ab 60 Jahre)
    • Menschen mit Immunschwäche (durch Diabetes, Asthma oder Herz-Kreislauf-Erkrankungen)
    • Menschen, die berufsbedingten Kontakt zu anderen Menschen haben (vor allem auch medizinisches Personal)

    Diese Gesellschaftsgruppen sind entweder durch eine Vorerkrankung oder bestimmte Tätigkeiten besonders gefährdet. Vor allem für Menschen mit einem bereits geschwächten Immunsystem ist eine Grippeimpfung sinnvoll, da in diesen Fällen die Krankheit besonders schwer und lange ausfallen kann.

    Um sich vor Influenzaviren zu schützen, gibt es grundsätzlich auch weitere Möglichkeiten:

    • Oft und gründlich (mit Seife!) die Hände waschen und diese gut trocken putzen mit sauberen Tüchern
    • Vermeiden Sie auch Kontakt zu den Schleimhäuten, wie Mund und Augen
    • Halten Sie Abstand zu bereits Erkrankten und generell in einer Phase der Grippewelle, ist es ratsam anderen Menschen nicht zu nahe zu kommen
    • Immunsystem stärken mit gesunder Ernährung und Bewegung

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    6) I stopped taking the pill so we could get pregnant and it threw my body off and my periods are not regular, so my doctor did a blood test and said my progesterone levels are very low! Yea! Finally I have a answer. I have a lot of these symptoms and can't wait to feel normal again!

    5) Women who have low levels of progesterone often have infertility problems and when they do conceive, they are at a higher risk for miscarriage. You may have low progesterone levels if you have any of these symptoms.

    4) We finally tested my levels. I barely produce progesterone. Depression, practically no libido, metabolic basal rate that is lower than normal, hair loss (scalp and eyebrows), mental fog.

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    Seizures are abnormal surge of electricity or nerve signal burst from the brain. It is one of the neurological problems that often found in most dogs.

    The seizures symptoms such as drool, collapse, thrash and uncontrollable legs can be frightening and shocking but dog feel no pain at all. They will only show signs of confusion.

    During seizures period dog do not swallow their tongue and don’t try to put their tongue in their mouth because there is a high risk of being bitten badly. It is very important that every dog owner must keep their pet down on the floor to prevent them from further harms such as injuries, falling and hurting themself.

    Be aware that dog body temperature will rise if the seizures continue to happen for longer that few minutes which can lead to the development of heat stroke (hyperthermia) causing the situation to be even more worst.

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