What is Malaria?
Malaria is a disease in which the patient suffers from recurrent fever along with cold and headache. In this, the fever sometimes subsides and sometimes it comes again. In severe cases, the patient goes into a coma or dies.
Malaria is caused by a parasite called Plasmodium. Malaria begins with the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito which releases the parasite into the body.
When an infected mosquito bites a human, Sporozoites enter the liver and enter the liver and infect the liver cells within about 30 minutes of entering the body, then asexual reproduction in the liver. They begin to produce more eggs by laying eggs. This stage lasts for 6 to 15 days and it creates thousands of Merozoites which break into their cells and enter the blood and start infecting red blood cells. The second stage of the disease begins from here. Some spores of Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium ovale infect and infect the liver (liver) and remain in a dormant state. They start becoming active again after being inactive for 6 to 12 months. These parasites keep re-multiplying themselves by entering the red blood cell, thus many such phases go on. Malaria brings fever attacks when thousands of new red blood cells affect thousands of bacteria simultaneously. Malarial parasites spend almost their entire lives hiding in liver cells or red blood cells, thus escaping the immune system of the human body. Some of the bacteria turn into male-female germs and when the mosquito bites, carries them with blood.
Causes of Malaria:
The main cause of malaria is anopheles female mosquito causing malaria fever.
Most malaria infections in India are caused by Plasmodiumvivax and Plasmodium Falciparum. Plasmodium Falciparum is the most dangerous in this. The person dies.
Malaria disease spreads from person to person and from mosquito to person, if a healthy person bites a malaria mosquito, then another species of mosquito bites this person, then malaria bacteria enter his body. If someone else bites. Then he will also get this infection.
Infections of malaria are spread by exchanging blood and applying needles to a malaria-afflicted person on a healthy person.
Pregnant woman if suffering from malaria disease. So the woman and the child also get malaria infection.
symptoms of malaria :
Anemia (lack of red blood cells in the body).
Bleeding in the stool.
Chills, fever, and sweating.
Convulsions (a form of seizure in which hands and feet squirm).
nausea and vomiting.
Loss of appetite.
Winter – Cold.
To be tired
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