Leptospirosis Symptoms, Causes and Types

Leptospirosis Symptoms, Causes and Types

What is leptospirosis ?

      It is called Weil disease in the common language.  In 1886, a scientist named Wells first described the disease, which later became certain that the disease spreads its bacteria through the urine of the rat and for a long time in dirty sewers, water-filled pits, and wetlands  Can survive  They spread through human respiratory tract or through the digestive system or through a wound on the skin.  The disease is more prevalent among laborers, people working in coal mines cleaning factories, and soldiers.  The disease spreads at the end of summer or in winter.  Its bacteria cause disease within 15 days after entering the body.

 Symptoms of leptospirosis:

 There are three stages of this disease.

 1 – First Stage:

  •  The disease starts suddenly.
  •  The patient becomes very weak.
  •  The patient suffers from a high fever and sometimes feels cold.
  •  Abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting.
  •  There is extreme pain in the muscles.
  •  There is intense pain in the calf of the waist and feet.
  •  Brain swelling occurs due to which the patient does not like light.
  •  If there is jaundice, yellowing is seen in the eyes and urine.
  •  Tears come from the eyes.
  •  Patients who bleed from the nose, intestines, or lungs, and the formation of red, black spots due to the accumulation of blood from the vein rupture under the skin and aggravate jaundice is the main symptom of this disease.
  •  The lever size increases.
  •  The urine is dark colored.

 2 – Second Stage:

  •  In this condition, the fever is cured, but other symptoms remain the same.
  •  Jaundice is aggravated due to kidney and heart impairment.
  •  Urea increases in blood.
  •  The urine stops shortening.
  •  Kidney failure can also result in death.
  •  The patient becomes very weak.
  •  Blood pressure decreases.
  •  Heart goes wide

 3 – Third Stage:

  •  In this state, the mind is more alert and normal.
  •  Jaundice is reduced.
  •  Blood pressure is increased.
  •  The number of urine increases.
  •  Blood urea decreases.
  •  It is cured by decreasing albumin.

 In this disease, there are symptoms of death from common diseases to flu, excessive debility, and loss of urine.  Symptoms like fever, jaundice, and bleeding are seen in this disease.  16% of the patients die from this disease.  The main reason for this is more aggravation of jaundice, if jaundice occurs, death does not occur.  Death reduction occurs at the age of 30 years.

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