Well, experts say that the human body is made of many tissues and occasionally, all suffer of different types of diseases. Yes, you should be very careful, because there are many different parasites that can cause many problems for you.
In this article we will talk about chiggers. Does the name rigging any bell? However, before talking about this specific parasite, you should know that a parasite is an organism that lives in another organism and feeds on it.
Jiggers – Facts You Should Know:
What are chiggers? Well, chiggers are small chigger fleas that live in dust, and are on dirt floors in schools and homes of many families in Uganda and other parasitic insects cling to and climates.These similar attack animals, the transfer of chiggers in homes mainly in rural areas. The jiggers females penetrate the skin surface that has been exposed to fleas. Once embedded in the body, rigging up eggs and make egg sacs size of a pea and continues to multiply by laying more eggs.
The most common symptoms:
An infestation begins to irritate and itch when it is almost fully developed. Sometimes it causes severe inflammation and ulceration. If the female flea dies on the skin can cause a secondary infection that, if ignored, could lead to tetanus, gangrene and even the loss of a toe.
Causes of infestation rigging:
The main cause is poor hygiene.
Experts say that these wounds are painful and cause difficulties for victims in daily activities such as walking, play, and attending school. Infection can lead to severe inflammation, ulceration and fibrosis. It can also cause lymphangitis, gangrene, sepsis, and loss of toenails, amputation of fingers, and death can also occur.There is also a social stigma and shame associated with victims of jiggers that leads them to hide the problem that causes worse.While jiggers in small quantities are not fatal secondary infections (gangrene, tetanus and other diseases) caused by chiggers can be fatal.
How to Protect Yourself:
How to protect against jiggers – Well, it’s very simple! Every time you go out to hang out or hiking to keep your shoes with you and use thick shock to cover the foot. Wash your feet every day and every time you find any wound or cut please consult your doctor. Do not forget to take a look at the following video, in which doctors are operating at a person suffering from flea rig attack. Thanks for reading and do not forget to share with your friends and family. Thanks and have a nice day!