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Paonta Sahib (Sirmaur). With the onset of the rainy season, water-borne diseases have also begun to increase. Two dozen cases of diarrhea are recorded daily at the hospital. At the same time, two cases of jaundice also arrived at the hospital on Tuesday. Among them, young children have suffered from jaundice. At the same time, cases of allergies have also begun to increase.
According to the information, many people suffer from water-borne diseases. The number of these patients has begun to increase at Paonta Sahib Civil Hospital. Many people are sent home after giving first aid and medication, while serious patients are admitted to the hospital.
Symptoms of jaundice have been found in two children in the hospital. So now it has also hit jaundice in the area. The health department has also been alerted to the increase in cases of colds, coughs, fevers, colds and vomiting during the rainy season.
Dr. Amitabh Jain, head of Paonta Civil Hospital and pediatrician, said water-borne diseases increase as soon as the rains begin. Today, more than two dozen patients with diarrhea arrive. Now the situation is normal. Every day one or two jaundice patients in children have started coming. On Tuesday, two patients with jaundice arrived at the hospital for treatment. These include children up to four years old.
Prevent diseases during the rainy season
The rainy season brings with it many diseases. This season, the chances of spreading the infection are higher due to moisture and water.
Apart from the diseases caused by mosquito bites that reproduce in the water, there is also the risk of suffering from bacterial diseases such as diarrhea, jaundice and food poisoning. This season, sometimes due to humidity and sometimes due to cold, also increases the risk of flu, colds, fever, allergies and infections. The pediatrician Dr. Jain said people should protect themselves from diseases that occur in the rainy season.
Patients with diarrhea with vomiting also arrive in Rajpur
Nagheta. Also in Rajpur health center, the number of patients with fever, vomiting and diarrhea has started to increase. Every day between 15 and 20 patients are arriving for treatment. BMO’s Dr. Ajay Deol said regular patients with fever, vomiting and diarrhea arrive at the hospital.
Patients do not need to panic. Drink boiled water during the rainy season. Don’t let dirt build up around you. Protect from mosquitoes. He said no cases of jaundice or dengue have been reported so far. Most patients suffer from fever.