Note: Vomiting diarrhea can be a new symptom of Kovid-19? Learn here how to differentiate between corona and food poisoning
Corona virus has wreaked havoc almost all over the world. This virus, which started from China, has spread its feet in almost every country today. At the same time, many of its waves have come in many other countries including China and even at present, Corona is present among us. In such a situation, it is necessary that everyone should protect themselves and be protected from this virus, because this virus has taken the lives of a large number of people so far. At the same time, in many other states of India like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala and Rajasthan, the number of infected people is again increasing. At the same time, this time problems like vomiting and diarrhea are also being seen in these patients. Therefore, it is believed that the new symptom of corona can also be vomiting and diarrhea. So let us know that if you are seeing such symptoms in yourself, then how can you differentiate between corona and food poisoning. You can learn more about this in the next slides...
Know the symptoms of food poisoning first
There are many symptoms of food poisoning. These include abdominal cramps, vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, nausea, fever, loss of appetite, and headache.
These are the symptoms of corona:-
How to know if you have food poisoning or corona?
If we talk about how people can find out whether they have been a victim of corona or they have got food poisoning. So here it becomes necessary to understand that in this season people are also facing the problem of vomiting and diarrhea and at the same time people are also getting infected with corona. In such a situation, it is important that you contact your doctor immediately and do not take any medicine on your own.
Keep these things in mind
If you want to avoid food poisoning, then you have to take care that keep pets away from your food in your house and pay attention that they do not bite into it, do not eat cooked food by heating it again and again, eating stale food. Do not consume, eat freshly cooked food at home, instead of keeping the dough in the fridge, knead fresh dough etc.
Note: Dr. Parvesh Malik is a Physician and is currently working at Ujala Cygnus Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Panipat. Dr. Malik has completed his ABBS from Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Health Sciences and Research Mullana, Haryana. He also did MD in General Medicine. Prior to working at Ujala Cygnus Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Panipat, Dr. Parvesh worked as a Junior Resident at MM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Maharishi Markandeshwar University.