Q fever bacteria (yellow) in an infected cell. Credit: Robert Heinzen, Elizabeth Fischer and Anita Mora, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health.
There is another different, chronic, disabling sequel to acute Q fever which takes the form of a prolonged debility and fatigue syndrome. This sequel has features in common with the chronic fatigue syndrome thought to follow proven virus infections (eg., Ross River fever, glandular fever) or virus-like episodes in which a viral cause is not established by laboratory tests. Patients suffer from an incapacitating fatigue on minor exertion, muscle and joint pains, headaches, etc
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Easy, Natural Tick Repellent That Really Works c distilled water, 1 TBS vodka or witch hazel, 40 drops of rose geranium oil
Q Fever Bacterium Might Contribute to Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Development
Non Hodgkins Lymphoma, Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Q Fever
Ticks are small crawling bugs in the spider family. A tick is uniquely suited to carry and spread Lyme disease.