What Are The Possible Complications of Typhoid Fever?

    Possible typhoid fever complications range from intestinal bleeding to heart complications.

    When symptoms of typhoid fever are noticed, it’s essential to treat it as soon and as effectively as possible to avoid serious complications. 

    Here are some possible complications of typhoid fever: 

    • Heart complications, such as the inflammation of the heart muscle.
    • Infection of major blood vessels.
    • Pneumonia.
    • Inflammation of the pancreases.
    • Kidney complications.
    • Psychiatric problems, such as paranoia, hallucinations, delirium; this impact can cause severe disturbances in mental abilities, leading to confusion and lack of awareness of the environment.
    • Intestinal bleeding or holes in the intestine.

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