Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a bacterial infection.The illness can be very severe and typically requires hospital care. Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a seasonal disease, occurring during the months of April through September in the U.S.
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Symptoms of Rocky Mountain spotted fever usually appear 2 to 14 days (average of 7 days) after being bitten by the infected tick. Fever is often the first symptom experienced by patients. The classic triad of fever, rash and tick bite is present among many but not all cases at the initial visit to the physician.
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Tifus treatment begins with the spotted rocky mountain fever to determine where the germ is entering the body, and if the tick is still attached to it, it should be removed with the highest degree of caution. Antibiotics, often doxycycline, should be taken for one to 10 days, but not less than three days after symptoms disappear.
Mountain cedar fever is an allergenic fever that causes sneezing, itchiness in eyes, coughing, throat problems like irritation and swelling in throat, headache, excessive exhaustion, congestion, low level of energy, watery eyes, body aches and of course fever. It can catch you in winters particularly from the period of Christmas to Valentine day.
Cedar allergy, or cedar fever, is a form of seasonal allergic rhinitis that shares the usual hay fever symptoms. Some types of cedar trees produce especially prolific amounts of allergenic pollen; Japanese cedar, mountain cedar, and Eastern and Western redcedars actually belong to the juniper and cypress families but are commonly classed as cedars in the United States.
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