Yes. Clostridium difficile manifests with diarrhea. Diarrhea makes you lose water and prevents you from getting certain nutrients, all of which can result in weight loss.
because of infection, if there is an infection, probably it has bacteria that cause fever to the patient.
Yes, it can also cause weight gain. Weight loss could be Lyme, or a co-infection such as Babesia.
MRSA is the hospital infection most common. I am hoping this is what you are asking about. Yes you can lose weight with this. The weight lose is due to the infection making you tired. Most people who end up with MRSA will lose approx. 5-15 pounds. The infection makes you feel mostly like you have the flu. And if you have ever had the Flu you know that you rarely feel like eating. In combination with the fact the MRSA also gives you diarrhea you will lose weight. This weight can be gained back after successful treatment for the MRSA.
If cilia are paralyzed then mucus-containing particles, including bacteria, will remain in the lungs and may cause a respiratory infection.
That is the tricky question! The infection of the lymph node will not be transmissible. But then the cause of the cervical lymphadenitis may be in the lungs, usually tuberculosis. It is transmissible by air born infection, when the patient coughs.
From my experience, yes. You retain water during this time.
Jaundice is an infection of the liver, and if it , the liver was week due to early drinking, it can cause the patient to even die.
Zithromax does not cause bladder infection.
A bladder infection won't cause trichomonas. Trich can cause symptoms similar to a bladder infection.
An infection with an unknown cause.