Typhoid Vaccination

What is Typhoid

 

Typhoid is an illness transmitted by the ingestion of food or water contaminated with the faeces of an infected person, the bacteria which causes typhoid is called Salmonela Entericia.

Typhoid is a very serious infection, the symptoms are a high fever, a rash followed by abdominal pain, diarrhoea and delirium.

Later complications can occur which include internal bleeding and if left untreated even death.

It is therefore of up most importance that you avoid poorly handled food, that you drink only bottled water and that you wash your hands as well as being immunised against this really nasty bug.

Typhoid Vaccination

We can also combine the Typhoid Vaccination with a Hepatitis A Vaccine in a combined jab to save you time and money.

 

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