What are the Symptoms Of Bird Flu?
What are the symptoms, causes and treatments for bird flu?
Muscle aches, cough, fever, soar throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, eye infections, pneumonia and respiratory failure that can prove fatal even are the usual symptoms of bird flu. The symptoms manifest after two days and before eight days of the occurrence of the disease.
The symptoms of brid flu are similar to those of other flu, such as fever, cough, running nose, tiredness, headache, sore throat, stomach upset, diarrhoea, muscle and joint pain etc. It is caused by bird flu virus by close contact with live infected birds.
Treatments of bird flu include resting, drinking lot of fluids, antivirus medicine, and treating fever or pain by taking drugs such as paracetamol.
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