The whooping cough is a highly contagious respiratory disease.
Signs And Symptoms
It is caused by a bacteria called Bordetella pertussis. These bacteria cling onto and release toxins into cells which then swells airways. People get it from being close to someone who has it.
Signs & Symtoms
Runny nose, low-grade fever, Apnea, coughing that makes a "whoop" sound", Paroxysms, vomiting, exhaustion. Red or blue face. Red watery eyes.
Take antibiotics regularly, stay away from anything that can make you cough, use a mist vaporizer, wash your hands well, small meals more often and drink a lot of water. Suctioning mucus out, intravenous fluids.
Stay hygenic by washing your hands often and dont do anything that has a high chance of exposing you to germs. Get a vacination from your doctor. Stay away from anyone with the whooping cough because it is highly contagous.