MonkeyPox: This virus may remain present in the body even after several weeks of recovering

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MonkeyPox: This virus may remain present in the body even after several weeks of recovering
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Cases of Monkipox virus are increasing continuously worldwide. America, Spain, Britain and Canada are the highest number of cases. 9 cases have also been confirmed in India. But till now the reasons for the spread of the virus in so many countries are not being detected properly. Many research is also being done regarding the Mankipox virus. In which information is being received about its new symptoms and methods of spreading. In this episode, a study has been published in the Medical Journal The Lancet.

Study has revealed that it can be present in the body even after several weeks of recovering from this virus. Researcher Kolavita, a researcher at Italy's National Institute of Infectious Disease, involved in this research, says that even after several weeks of symptoms of the monkey, the DNA of this virus can remain in the patient's semen. According to the report of Dainik Bhaskar, this assessment has been done after research done on a patient.

A research has been done in this regard in Spain. In which the virus of MonkeyPox has also been found in spit and urin. In research conducted in 12 patients, virus has also been found on the rectal route. However, it is not yet clear whether this virus can spread from one person to another through semen. Research is being done about this.

Kolavita says that this virus spreads in many ways. There is also a risk of spreading the monkey -to -span with the patient to sit close to talk closely, skin to skin touch and respiratory droplets. The patient's exposure to the patient's wound and rashes can also lead to the monkeypox.

there is no need to be panic Needless to. The strain that is spreading to this virus is not fatal. Even though the cases are increasing but the death rate is not high. Most of the cases are also coming in gay men. No mutation has been seen in the virus yet. Therefore, it is not afraid of this virus. It is important that people be aware of the symptoms of this virus and follow the rules of prevention from it.

These are the monkey Symptoms of

fever

Headache

muscle pain

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