Three more cases of black mushrooms – Two more cases of black mushrooms

Saharanpur Three other black fungus cases have been reported in the district. One of them was Corona infected, which Corona defeated but is now in the grip of a black mushroom. At the same time, symptoms of black fungus were found in two women.
Both patients had come to see Dr. Samit Jain, a dentist on Bajoria Road in town. Dr. Samit Jain said that the person who saw symptoms of black fungus is also a patient with sugar. Other than that, he was infected with a corona a month ago and his covid test report turned negative 8 days ago. If he shows signs of black fungus afterward, he has also recommended doing an MRI. At the same time, a woman living in Ambehata reached Dr. Samit Jain. This woman has a swelling in her right eye and there are also scars in her upper jaw. This woman had also reached the district hospital emergency. Dr. BD Sharma posted here deemed it suspicious and should be investigated. The health department found that five days ago three patients with symptoms of black fungus came to Dr. Samiti Jain had come.
At the same time, in view of the symptoms in the suspicious woman of the black fungus who reached the emergency room of the SBD district hospital, doctors sent Meerut for an examination. Dr. BD Sharma, a doctor stationed in the emergency room, said the incident was from Thursday. The family reached the emergency with a woman named Sudesh. The woman had symptoms of a black fungus that was sent to Meerut by a doctor on duty before her.
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Take the correct treatment in a timely manner
If you experience symptoms of black fungus, contact a government hospital or other medical specialist right away. Get a nose, ear, throat, eye, medication, breast or plastic surgeon specialist so treatment can start early.
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You are in danger
Those who were given steroids in drugs like dexamethazone, methyl, prednisolone, etc. during covid. That being said, covid patients must be kept on oxygen assistance or in intensive care, as well as cancer drugs, kidney drugs, transplants, etc., such patients are at high risk of black fungus.
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Symptoms of a black fungus
– fever, headache, cough, or shortness of breath.
Nose congestion, nosebleeds with mucus.
– There is pain in the eye, the eye swells, one is visible or it stops appearing.
– There is pain, swelling, or numbness on one side of the face.
Toothache, teeth begin to move, toothache when chewing.
– Blood in the mucus when you vomit or cough.
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Precautions
Do not start steroid medicine at anyone’s behest.
– During the first 5 to 7 days after the onset of symptoms, side effects from the administration of steroids may occur.
When starting treatment, ask your doctor whether these medicines do not contain steroids.
– Stay in regular contact with a specialist doctor when steroids are introduced.
– If oxygen is used at home, boil it in a bottle, pour cold water or add a normal line. Better get hospitalized.
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The health department is preparing for the black fungus. The department currently has no medication. However, the government was asked to procure the drugs.
– Dr. BS Sodhi, CMO, SBD District Hospital

Saharanpur Three other black fungus cases have been reported in the district. One of them was Corona infected, which Corona defeated but is now in the grip of a black mushroom. At the same time, symptoms of black fungus were found in two women.

Both patients had come to see Dr. Samit Jain, a dentist on Bajoria Road in town. Dr. Samit Jain said that the person who saw symptoms of black fungus is also a patient with sugar. Other than that, he was infected with a corona a month ago and his covid test report turned negative 8 days ago. If he shows signs of black fungus afterward, he has also recommended doing an MRI. At the same time, a woman living in Ambehata reached Dr. Samit Jain. This woman has swelling in her right eye and there are also scars on her upper jaw. This woman had also reached the district hospital emergency. Dr. BD Sharma posted here deemed it suspicious and should be investigated. The health department found that five days ago three patients with symptoms of black fungus came to Dr. Samiti Jain had come.

At the same time, in view of the symptoms in the suspicious woman of the black fungus who reached the emergency room of the SBD district hospital, doctors sent Meerut for an examination. Dr. BD Sharma, a doctor stationed in the emergency room, said the incident was from Thursday. The family reached the emergency with a woman named Sudesh. The woman had symptoms of a black fungus that was sent to Meerut by a doctor on duty before her.

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Take the correct treatment in a timely manner

If you experience symptoms of black fungus, contact a government hospital or other medical specialist right away. Get a nose, ear, throat, eye, medication, breast or plastic surgeon specialist so treatment can start early.

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You are in danger

Those who were given steroids in drugs like dexamethazone, methyl, prednisolone, etc. during covid. That being said, covid patients must be kept on oxygen assistance or in intensive care, as well as cancer drugs, kidney drugs, transplants, etc., such patients are at high risk of black fungus.

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Symptoms of a black fungus

– fever, headache, cough, or shortness of breath.

Nose congestion, nosebleeds with mucus.

– There is pain in the eye, the eye swells, one is visible or it stops appearing.

– There is pain, swelling, or numbness on one side of the face.

Toothache, teeth begin to move, toothache when chewing.

– Blood in the mucus when you vomit or cough.

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Precautions

Do not start steroid medicine at anyone’s behest.

– During the first 5 to 7 days after the onset of symptoms, side effects from the administration of steroids may occur.

When starting treatment, ask your doctor whether these medicines do not contain steroids.

– Stay in regular contact with a specialist doctor when steroids are introduced.

– If oxygen is used at home, boil it in a bottle, pour cold water or add a normal line. Better get hospitalized.

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The health department is preparing for the black fungus. The department currently has no medication. However, the government was asked to procure the drugs.

– Dr. BS Sodhi, CMO, SBD District Hospital

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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