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Difference between smallpox and monkeypox

Smallpox ||These days the cases of monkeypox are increasing continuously. More than 18 thousand monkeypox cases have been reported in many countries of the world. The World Health Organization has issued a warning regarding monkeypox and is continuously creating awareness of monkeypox. Monkeypox is a rare infection, which is spreading similar to the corona.

By the way, the symptoms of monkeypox get better within a week. However, in some people, this infection can be serious. The risk of monkeypox is higher in children and people under 42 years of age. One reason for this is that the smallpox vaccine is effective against monkeypox. In such a situation, the risk of monkeypox is less in people who have been vaccinated against smallpox.

But how effective is the smallpox vaccine against monkeypox infection? Many people confuse monkeypox and smallpox, although both are completely different from each other. In such a situation, know what is the difference between monkeypox and smallpox, what are the symptoms of both, and what is the difference between the methods of treatment?

Symptoms of monkeypox

** Fever

** Chills

** Headache

** Muscle pain

** Fatigue

** Swollen lymph nodes

Symptoms of Small Pox

** Fever

** Restlessness

** Headache

** Severe fatigue

** Severe back pain

** Vomiting

Difference between monkeypox and smallpox

** Monkeypox is thought to be similar to smallpox, but it is a different disease from smallpox. Pimple-like rashes occur in it and fluid starts filling in it. Smallpox, however, is a contagious and fatal disease, for which there is no cure. There is a vaccine to prevent smallpox. Like monkeypox, smallpox also has flu-like symptoms. But smallpox can be more deadly than monkeypox.

** A skin rash may occur after 1 to 3 days, along with other symptoms of monkeypox. Often the rash starts on the face, then the rash may spread to the palms and soles of the feet. The rash that occurs in monkeypox can turn into blisters, filled with pus.

** Symptoms of smallpox appear 10-14 days after infection. A person can recover from this infection after 7-17 days. Smallpox can also cause red spots on the face after being infected. Red spots spread to the hands and arms. After a day or two, these spots fill with fluid-like pus. The spots can take the form of blisters, which can leave marks on the skin.

How to prevent monkeypox and smallpox

** There is no cure for small pox. A smallpox vaccine is given to prevent smallpox. People who have been vaccinated against smallpox have a lower risk of getting smallpox.

** At the same time, the smallpox vaccine is also effective for preventing monkeypox. Contact with infected animals should be avoided to avoid monkeypox. Wash hands thoroughly with soap when in contact with an infected person. Avoid touching contaminated material.

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