Simple Things you Can Do To Cure Typhoid Fever Within 3 Days.

Finally revealed! How to do some simple things and cure the Typhoid Fever that has been disturbing you for a long time within 3 days,yes in just three days Typhoid Fever will permanently leave you and you will started living a Typhoid Fever free live.

Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection that can spread throughout the body, affecting many organs. Without prompt treatment, it can cause serious complications and can be fatal.

It’s caused by a bacterium called Salmonella typhi, which is related to the bacteria that cause salmonella food poisoning.

Typhoid fever is highly contagious. An infected person can pass the bacteria out of their body in their poo (stools) or, less commonly, in their pee (urine).

If someone else eats food or drinks water that’s been contaminated with a small amount of infected poo or urine, they can become infected with the bacteria and develop typhoid fever.


Who’s affected?

Typhoid fever is most common in parts of the world that have poor sanitation and limited access to clean water.

Worldwide, children are thought to be most at risk of developing typhoid fever.

This may be because their immune system (the body’s natural defence against infection and illness) is still developing.

But children with typhoid fever tend to have milder symptoms than adults.

Typhoid fever is uncommon in the UK, with an estimated 500 cases occurring each year.

In most of these cases, the person developed the infection while visiting relatives in Bangladesh, India or Pakistan.

But you’re also at risk of developing the infection if you visit Asia, Africa or South America.

Symptoms of typhoid fever

The main symptoms of typhoid fever are:

  • a high temperature that can reach 39 to 40C
  • headache
  • general aches and pains
  • cough
  • constipation

As the infection progresses, you may lose your appetite, feel sick, and have a tummy ache and diarrhoea. Some people may develop a rash.

If typhoid fever isn’t treated, the symptoms will continue to get worse over the following weeks and the risk of developing potentially fatal complications will increase