rat droppings_ 6 diseases and bad effects on human health

 rat droppings_ 6 diseases and bad effects on human health

 

rat poop_ 6 bad effects of disease on humans

 

rat droppings   Before we continue posting, we must be wondering Are rats dangerous for us?

Then there is another question like this.

1. What is mouse droppings like?
2. Do rats carry disease to us?
3. Is there any harm from rat blood?
4. Can a dung produced by rats be used as plant fertilizer?

5. Are mice afraid of certain smells?

From all the questions above, let's review together in the description of the content below, hopefully friends read in full in order to get complete information

We discuss the first whether gus is a danger to us.


Rats will actually carry several kinds of diseases that will harm humans.
Here are six dangerous diseases caused by a rat.

We know that the presence of a mouse in our environment is very disturbing.
No wonder people are furious with the presence of this one animal.

But strangely, there are still many people who consider trivial from this rat droppings and most people hate rats because of their habit of destroying things in our homes.

Actually the bigger concern lies with bacteria carried by a mouse that can cause some serious illnesses.

We know that dried rat droppings can be harmful to anyone who inhales them. In addition, rat droppings can also describe several diseases and viruses that are very dangerous for us.

 


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Here are 6 dangerous diseases from rat droppings we should know.

1. bubonic plague

For a dangerous disease that comes from mice, it comes from the bacterium Yersina pestisia which is transmitted by mice. And not only mice, some other rodents are also capable of transmitting this disease.
We know that from the current disease carried by a tick that is infected from a rodent so that an animal flea will then spread the bacteria when it bites a human so this is very dangerous.

Symptoms when this disease strikes us.

a. The appearance of a swollen lymph node in the groin, armpit, or neck
But sometimes this definite disease can also attack the lungs, so that it will cause death
We also have to know that this disease is not only spread by rodents around us such as rabbits, dogs, cats, which have fleas
ah infected can be a source of transmission of this bubonic plague

Transmission will occur if direct contamination or bitten by these animals is usually like areas in densely populated areas with poor sanitation so pay close attention to avoid the bubonic plague.

2. HFRS (hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome)

The next disease is hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome.

When we are exposed to this disease will appear the following symptoms:

a. There is fever and bleeding and is accompanied by kidney syndrome. (HFRS)
Its spread is similar to Hantah virus disease

We know that this type of disease that develops in the human body from 2 to 8 weeks after entering our body for early symptoms can be marked, namely by

- quite frequent headaches
- back and stomach pain
- fever chills nausea and blurred vision

But not infrequently this disease can also be characterized by the face, eyes and skin, which are usually slightly reddish in color and any symptoms can also appear when we or someone experience this disease, namely low blood pressure, pretentiously low blood pressure to the more dangerous one, namely acute kidney failure.


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 3. LEPTOSPIROSIS DISEASE

A disease is usually a bacterium that is transmitted by rats when we have an open wound, then infection occurs when the open wound has not healed properly.
However, it is transmitted from rats to humans but the disease that causes leptospirosis will not actually transfer between humans. This disease is not always caused by an open wound.

 

 Someone who accidentally touches or who has been confirmed by this rodent has a very high chance of transmitting this bacterium, this can develop more severely into meningitis or inflammation of the lining of the brain, kidney damage, respiratory problems and even death.

4. HANTA VIRUS DISEASE

The next dangerous virus or disease is the Hanta virus.
We can get this virus by inhaling particles from the urine, feces or saliva of mice that are in the air. We can also become infected when we touch or eat something that has been in contact with something the rat has touched.

Symptoms when we are exposed to this virus

a. We feel fever, headache, diarrhea or stomach pain
It usually takes 4 to 10 days of shortness of breath and fluid in the lungs.

5. RBF DISEASE (rat bite fever)

The next disease is RBF where this disease causes fever that comes from rat bites when our mice or scratches and contact between mice and humans cause infection in the human body.


6. LCM DISEASE (LYMPHOCYTIC CHORIO MENIGITIS.

This virus can also be caused by pet rodents such as hamsters. If you are bitten or exposed to saliva from the urine then you should be very at risk of this infectious disease.

We know that usually at first we will not feel the symptoms of this disease but will appear 8 to 13 days after being attacked by the virus, feel symptoms such as fever, lack of appetite, muscle aches, headaches and nausea and even vomiting.

In addition, we will also feel the throat, cough, joint pain, chest pain, testicular pain, horror, with this saliva calendar, we rarely experience this disease, it can progress further to cause inflammation in our spinal cord.

If we see a pregnant woman who has or is stricken with this disease, there will be a high risk of releasing the virus to the fetus in her womb and if this infection occurs during the first trimester of pregnancy, it is at risk of threatening the life of the fetus, meanwhile if it occurs in the second and third trimesters, there are causes. birth defects in our fetus or baby that we are carrying, so this is very dangerous and hopefully it will bring attention to all of us and we hope that we can avoid all of this.



Okay, let's answer the second question, namely

What's a mouse like?
  - a bacteria that can arise from the accumulation of feces from mice that can trigger an energy reaction in humans. Dried mouse droppings can also be dangerous for anyone who inhales it besides cities can cause dangerous diseases and viruses.

Then the next question is

3. Is there any danger when exposed to rat blood?

 mice contain a lot of germs phone viruses. Parasites that can cause disease either to mice themselves or can be transmitted to humans.

4. Then someone asked like this. Can rat droppings be used as plant fertilizer?

The answer is yes, animals that have accumulated a lot can or are able to produce fertilizer to produce plant fertility

5. The next question is ARE there any special odors for or fear of rats?

Rats are usually afraid of smells like mothballs, this is a mainstay tool to repel a rat

 

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