Can bacterial vaginitis cause blood poisening if left untreated?
Bacterial vaginosis will not cause blood poisoning, even if left untreated.
A high blood cell count that might indicate a bacterial infection is referring to white blood cells specifically. If a bacterial infection is present in the body, the immune system releases into the blood stream additional white blood cells to respond to the threat. A high count of these additional immune cells will then indicate that there is a bacterial presence to which the body is responding.
an abscessed tooth can cause ALOT more than high plood pressure. That abscess is all poison in your body. Have it taken care of immediatly. Thqt poison can get into your blood stream and you will then be dealing with alot more than high blood pressure. You rally can get seriously ill. That poison can cause a serious condition called bacterial endocarditis, an inflammation in the heart valves and lining . Left untreated, it can…
The definition of segmenters in the blood can be described as a type of white blood cell that respond to bacterial infections. Where the blood count has high levels of segmenters, this indicates the presence of a bacterial infection. Where there is a low level of segmenters, the patient is likely to be suffering from a viral infection or an autoimmune disease.
Its not a poison, an abscess is a bacterial infection. The cavity in the tooth fills with a white fluid called pus that is a mixture of bacteria and white blood cells that are trying to kill the bacteria. This pus builds up pressure and can eventually pop the tooth out if left untreated. You can also get abscesses in bone if it becomes infected.
You absolutely do not heat fix a blood smear before staining, that is, if you are looking at the blood cells. For bacteria, why wouldn't you culture it first and then heat fix, stain etc. I don't think heat fixing the blood stain would damage the bacterial cells so much as make it hard to differentiate the bacterial cells from the dead, shriveled, ruined blood cells, unless maybe you have like an electron microscope or…
Septic means that a severe infection has occurred, typically from massive bacterial or viral infection. It produces an immune response that includes: - system-wide inflammatory response - high fever - high heart rate - low blood pressure (due to vasodilation) ...and can lead to multiple organ failure and even death if left untreated.
Pneumonia is not always fatal if left untreated. In fact, most cases are viral and will get better on their own. However, all types of pneumonia can be fatal if they are severe enough to prevent adequate exchanges of gasses (oxygen going in and carbon dioxide going out). In addition, bacterial pneumonia can spread to the blood and other organs and cause them to fail.
It depends on what you consider too low. Many people can function very well with low blood pressures. If it gives you severe dizziness or fainting, then it needs to be treated. With high blood pressure you can get dizziness and headaches and if left untreated, can lead to strokes which can cause permanent damage to your brain and body. And, untreated high blood pressure causes damage to the lining of your vessels which cannot…