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What is Black Fungus –Causes, Symptoms and How to Avoid Black Fungus?


A discussion on black fungus

At the end of 2019, a disease emerged in the world which was named Corona or Covid-19. Considering that this disease spreads so rapidly and can even take a person's life, WHO i.e. World Health Organization declared Corona an epidemic.

The entire country and the world is still fighting this epidemic and is trying to eradicate it completely. Just when this epidemic was completely over, another disease came to the notice of doctors. This disease has been named black fungus.

Like Corona virus, this disease has a history. This disease has spread many years ago and after the second wave of Corona virus, this disease has shown its effect again. In today's article, we are going to discuss some important points related to black fungus. Let us start our discussion-

What is black fungus?

Black fungus is a type of disease which is not spread by bacteria and viruses, rather it is spread by a special type of fungus. Black fungus is otherwise called mucor mycosis. This is a type of rare infection which is considered quite dangerous.

Although black fungus is a rare disease, it is rapidly spreading its effects on patients fighting or recovering from corona virus. There are some common symptoms of this disease which may not be recognized but are actually quite dangerous. Let us see what are the symptoms of black fungus?

Symptoms of black fungus-

1.) Eye irritation

2.) Darkening of the skin on the face, near the nose or near the eyes.

3.) Formation of black crust on the skin

4.) Damage to jaw bone

5.) Face becoming numb

6.) Having a terrible headache

7.) Swelling on one or both sides of the face

What is the advice of doctors?

Doctors believe that this is a dangerous disease and its symptoms are not detected in the initial stages. In many cases its symptoms are either not visible or people do not notice it.

Dr NC Pawar, who is a senior consultant at CL Pawar Hospital, Jaipur and also a member of the Homeopathic Medical Association of India, says that this disease can be fought by keeping in mind the symptoms of black fungus.

Doctors say that people are not aware about the symptoms of black fungus and people ignore these symptoms. This is the reason why black fungus is becoming dangerous day by day and is spreading its spread among people.

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What to do?

Since black fungus is showing its effect on the patients suffering from or recovered from Corona virus and is also affecting sugar patients, then these people should take special care of themselves.

People who have recovered from Corona virus or people who are diabetic patients should not ignore any minor physical change of any kind. These people are the target of black fungus, so if they feel any kind of symptoms, they should immediately consult a doctor.

If any symptoms related to black fungus are visible in the body then it should not be ignored. People who are fighting any disease should also take care of their health and consult a doctor immediately if any symptoms appear. Keep your diet balanced. Do not include anything in your diet that harms the body.

In today's era of Corona virus, when there is panic everywhere, we should not lose hope. In fact, Corona virus and now Black Fungus are a big challenge for humanity but together we can fight it. Pay attention to some of the parameters mentioned in this article and help fight the disease.

Note: This article has been prepared on the basis of information collected from medical reports.

Disclaimer: All the guidelines have been followed while preparing this article. The related article has been prepared to increase the knowledge and awareness of the reader. T.H.S. does not claim any kind of information and does not take any responsibility regarding the information provided in the article. Consult your doctor for more information about the related disease mentioned in the above article.

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