Staphylococcus is a pathogen that is caused by bacteria and germs. Research and statistics have revealed that more than 2 billion people globally are infected with a staph infection.
As you already know, this infection is a contagious one that can be transmitted through different channels which includes; unprotected sexual intercourse, untreated or uncovered injury or cut on the skin, food poisoning, untidy toilet, and wearing dirty underwear or residing in an untidy environment.
Research has shown that this pathogen can be very detrimental to a person’s health and life. Studies have also revealed that this infection has a more hazardous impact on the vital organs of the body, the skin, and can amount to death when left untreated for a long period of time. This ailment or disease as you may likely call it is associated with symptoms that shows its presence in the body – below are some of them as revealed by medical science.
1. Skin boils.
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This is one of the signs associated with the staph infection. It includes the appearance of boils and swollenness in sensitive parts of the body most especially the private part area. These boils contain obvious yellowish pus that develops in the hair follicle gland or oil gland of the skin.
2. Fever and low blood pressure.
The staph infection is also accompanied by fever and signs of malaria. When the pathogen is infused into the body, it causes several irritations which can amount to headache, stomach ache, cold, low blood pressure, and other fever-related signs.
This is a contagious rash that appears on the surface of the skin which is accompanied by large blisters that is usually pinkish or reddish. This allergy comes with pains which most times drives the body into a discomforting state.
4. Muscles aches.
Although, the ache of the muscles and joints can be a result of so many factors ranging from stress, exercise, environmental impact or pressure, and just to mention a few, however; studies have shown that the presence of the staph infection can also give rise to a chronic joint and muscle pain.
Diarrhoea is an abnormality in the small and large intestine which causes the bowel to emit liquid waste in an uncontrolled manner. The presence of the staph infection can amount to diarrhoea in the body when not treated on time.
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