Can Typhoid Patients Eat Non Veg Food?

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Yes a typhoid patients can eat non food
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The incubation period is usually 1-2 weeks and the duration of the illness is about 4-6 weeks. The patient experiences:

poor appetite,
headaches,
generalized aches and pains,
fever, and
lethargy.
Persons with typhoid fever usually have a sustained fever as high as 103 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (39 to 40 degrees Centigrade).

Chest congestion develops in many patients and abdominal pain and discomfort are common. The fever becomes constant. Improvement occurs in the third and fourth week in those without complications. About 10% of patients have recurrent symptoms (relapse) after feeling better for one to two weeks. Relapses are actually more common in individuals treated with antibiotics. Typhoid patients mostly eat boil vegetables so I suggest you vegetarian diet through this you get more results about what is a vegetarian diet .

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