A bacterial infections occurs when bacterial enters our body and begin to multiply (not all bacterial are bad ,in fact various species of bacterial begin to colonize our bodies shortly after we’re born , these bacterial are harmless and can offer us benefit sometimes like helping with digestion .

some type of bacterial,referred to as pathogenic bacterial,are harmful to us when they infect us ,they can cause diseases.

some of these bacterial infections can become serious ,so be sure to see your doctor if you think you have a bacterial infection ,for example a minor skin infection may develop into cellulitis if left untreated,additionally,some infection can lead to a life _ threatening condition called sepsis to an infection .


sings and symptoms of a bacterial infection may vary depending on the location of the infection and type of bacterial thats causing it. how ever,some general symptoms of a bacterial infection include

.feeling tired or fatigued
.swollen lymph nodes in the neck armpits or groin
.nausea or vomiting

your skin is your body first defensen against infection. break in the skin , like cuts , scrapes incision can provide an entryway into the body for bacterial . symptoms includes , 1redness in the area of the wound ,particularly if it spreads or form a red streak, 2 swelling or warmth in the affected area, 3 pains or tenderness at or around the site of the wound, 4 pus forming around or oozing from the wound , 5 fever , 6 swollen lymph nodes in the neck armpits or groin, 7 delayed wound healing

Published by Chidera Emmanuel

my name is nweke chidera Emmanuel am born at my4 hospital abakiliki but reside in enugu

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