Symptoms of typhoid include but are not limited to a headache, fever, diarrhea, abdominal pain, lethargy, vomiting, and hallucinations. Once diagnosed and treatment begins it takes about one month for the treatment to have a good effect on typhoid. Try the below home remedies in combination with anything your doctor prescribes.
Not all bacteria are harmful. They are present everywhere in the body and are necessary for various body processes. In the body, there is a balance in place to keep the activities of the bad bacteria in check. However, when this balance is tipped, infections set in. Bacterial Vaginosis simply means that there are more harmful bacteria in the vagina than good ones. It is a type of vaginitis, leading to vaginal inflammation.
Athlete’s foot, or tinea pedis, is a very contagious fungal infection caused by dermatophyte fungus. The term “athlete’s foot” shows that this condition is commonly seen on an athlete’s feet because shoes are worn for long periods of time. Other factors that can contribute to fungal infection includes going barefoot in public places, poor circulation, and immune deficiency.
Fungal infections are usually uncomfortable, irritable and unsightly. Doctors will normally prescribe antimicrobial cream which is expensive as treatment. Most minor fungal infections, however, can easily be treated efficiently and effectively at home. To better treat fungal skin infections one must first have a basic understanding of infections.
Balanitis can be caused by an allergic reaction to any of the various chemicals used in soaps or ointments. Men who suffer from diabetes are at a high risk for balanitis, as the high amounts of glucose excreted in their urine can get trapped under the foreskin where it accumulates, causing a breeding ground for bacteria.