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Typhoid Test Report
Widal Test Report: S. Typhi O 1:80(Positive); S.typhi H 1:80(Positive) S.Para Typhi "AH"- 1:40(Negative) S.Para Typhi "BH"-1.40(Negative) Malaria Parasite-Negative Is this typhoid high/Medium/Low? Any common medicines, any Food and Water Habits change?
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HELLO, TRULY SPEAKING  YOU R NOT HAVING TYPHOID. POSITIVE TITER STARS FROM 1/160 IS POSITIVE,NOT 1/80. YOU HAVE SIMPLE FEVER. TABLET GUDCEF CV 200 TWO TIMES A DAY AFTER FOOD FOR FIVE TO SEVEN DAYS. TABLET FLEXON THREE TIMES A DAY FOR THREE TO FIVE DAYS. LIGHT DIET, PLENTY OF LIQUIDS. O.K, BYE.
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Widal antigen titre is more than 1:160 in an active infection, or if TH antigen titre is more than 1:160 in past infection or in immunized persons is considered positive WIDAL test. As per your report it is within the normal range. Based on your symptoms further treatment has to be planned. These following steps may help: - Drink bottled water, preferably carbonated while travelling or from outside. - If bottled water cannot be sourced, ensure water is heated on a rolling boil for at least one minute before consuming. - Be wary of eating anything that has been handled by someone else. - Avoid eating at street food stands, and only eat food that is still hot. - Do not have ice in drinks. - Avoid raw fruit and vegetables, peel fruit yourself, and do not eat the peel. - Wash your hands often so that you don't spread the infection. - Avoid handling food - Stay well hydrated, aim to drink 3 liters of water If the problem persists or worsens visit the ER at the earliest
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