Posts Tagged ‘symptoms of measles’
Measles is a disease caused by a virus, is transmitted from person to person and, as the spread is very fast and easy if not kept under control can easily become an epidemic. Before there was a vaccine to prevent disease, 90 percent of children suffered the disease.
At present it is very rare. The virus is contagious through the air or being in direct contact with discharge from the nose or throat of a hit.
This disease is very contagious. While there is currently a vaccine to protect us can also carry out a series of measures that reduce the risk of contagion within your own home. Read the rest of this entry »
Measles is a disease that is considered benign. But panic is so great when the parents discover that their little darling contracted the disease.
High fever (39 to 40 ° C), nasal discharge, conjunctivitis, dry cough, baby does not feel like eating, are among others the first symptoms of measles. About four days later, red spots appear behind the ears, face and then invade the whole body. At this stage, the baby will be extremely tired because not eating very little. Read the rest of this entry »