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Toxic Shock Syndrome

Also called: TSS

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Hi Tinnitus, is the only thing that comes to mind, get to your doctor, let him/her take it from there.Good Luck
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Most of the time, you will be just fine. As long as you are not having pelvic pain, fever, or vaginal discharge that indicates an infection, TSS is...
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No, you will not get TSS from a piece of condom (most likely latex, not rubber). If there is a retained piece, it will not likely cause any problems...
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The potentially deadly infection known as toxic shock syndrome is on the rise again. It’s still linked to highly absorbent tampon use. These tampons...
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Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is rare, but it’s a fast-progressing staph or strep infection that can affect your kidneys, lungs, and liver. Symptoms of...
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Toxic shock syndrome is a sudden, potentially fatal condition brought on by the release of toxins or poisonous substances from an overgrowth of a...
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The primary cause of toxic shock syndrome is a toxin produced by the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus. Two conditions are necessary: The bacteria...
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Patients may experience a few days of mild flu-like symptoms before the toxic shock syndromedevelops, but TSS itself is characterized by the rapid...
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There is no one specific test that establishes the diagnosis of toxic shock syndrome. The diagnosis of TSS is difficult until the characteristic...
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In the U.S., the incidence is approximately 1/100,000 women 15-44 years of age, with the overall incidence estimated at about twice that number.Risk...
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Toxic shock syndrome is a life-threatening condition caused by toxins produced by certain types of infecting bacteria. The condition has been most...
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If you suspect that you have toxic shock syndrome, you should immediately seek medical care or go to an Emergency Department for evaluation. Foreign...
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Toxic shock syndrome, or TSS, a life-threatening illness caused from a bacterial infection, made headlines in 1980 when an outbreak occurred that...
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Early signs and symptoms of necrotizing fasciitis; FeverSevere pain and swelling Redness at the wound site Early signs and symptoms of STSS; Fever...
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