Monkeypox: In view of the infection of monkeypox, its symptoms have been given serious information. Monkeypox is a viral zoonosis with symptoms similar to those seen in the past in patients with smallpox. But it is considered less serious medically. Fever, skin rash, common symptoms of both monkeypox and chickenpox have caused confusion among people. Now doctors say that there is a big difference in the way the symptoms of both the viral diseases appear in the patients.
Doctor’s consultation required
According to the information, the doctor has advised to consult for the removal of any kind of doubt. Doctors say that some people are making the mistake of mistaking chickenpox as monkeypox. Patients can determine whether they have monkeypox by understanding its sequence and onset of symptoms. Monkeypox usually begins with fever, malaise, headache, sometimes sore throat and cough. All these symptoms appear 4 days before smallpox patients and other problems which mainly start in the hands and eyes and spread in the body.
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difference between monkeypox and chickenpox
Experts agree with this. He says that apart from the skin, there are other symptoms involved in the case of monkeypox. But counseling is needed to clear this doubt. The infection was not confirmed in these suspected patients of monkeypox, who was admitted to Delhi’s Loknayak Jaiprakash Hospital last week with fever and problem of sores. But after showing some symptoms, chickenpox has been confirmed in the investigation.
Let us tell you that so far 4 cases of monkeypox have been reported in India. In which three cases have come from Kerala and one case has come from Delhi. Along with this, the doctor has suggested to keep distance from the infected patient.
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