What Are The Symptoms of Ebola Virus

What Are The Symptoms of Ebola Virus

 

Incubation Period of The Ebola Virus:-

The incubation period of the virus is between two to twenty one days and most often between four to ten days. The symptoms of Ebola usually start up with a sudden influenza type stage that is characterized by feeling tired or with fever or weakness or the decreased appetite or the muscle pain or joint pain or the head ache and sore throat. The fever is usually high in temperature approximately about thirty eight degree Celsius or hundred degree F.

What Are The Symptoms of Ebola Virus

What Are The Symptoms of Ebola Virus

Common Symptoms of Ebola Virus:-

The fever is often followed with vomiting or diarrhea and abdominal pain and neatly the shortness of breath and the chest pain are even likely to occur along with swelling, headaches and confusion.

In about half of the cases, the skin of the individual may develop a maculopapular rash with small bumps and red in color that may be seen five to seven days after the symptoms begin.

In some of the cases of this disease, there may be internal or external type of bleeding that begins five to seven days after the first symptoms occur. There is a sort of decreased blood clotting in some of the people and the bleeding from mucous membranes may even be seen from the sites of needle punctures. The disease thus may result in the blood vomiting or blood coughing or the blood may be seen in the stool of the individual also.

Other Symptoms:-

The skin also may suffer bleeding by creating petechiae, or purport or the ecchymoses or the hematomas. There may be bleeding in the whites of the eyes and there may even be heavy bleeding in some of the cases. In some of the cases if heavy bleeding occurs it is usually located within the gastrointestinal tract of that person and the recovery may start between seven to fourteen days after the symptoms start and death even may occur from the sixth to sixteenth day of the start of symptoms due to low blood pressure or from the loss of fluid.

Generally bleeding may indicate a bad outcome and the blood loss may even result in the death of the person. The person gets in the coma near the end of the life and those who survive often have an on-going muscle pain and pain in the joints along with the liver inflammation or the decreased hearing and may even have constitutional symptoms like feeling tired or continued weakness or the decreased appetite and there may be a difficulty returning to the weight that used to be before the period of illness in that person.

 

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