There’s no denying that the seas are becoming increasingly crowded.
There are even more sea creatures that need your help.
So, how do you know if you have a sea illness?
You can’t just go and ask anyone for help.
You have to go to your doctor.
That’s because it’s up to you to determine if you’re sick.
If you have symptoms like a rash, sore throat or other symptoms that indicate you may be experiencing sea sickness, it may be best to get medical help.
If that’s the case, you’ll likely want to get tested for sepsis, or bacterial infections.
If the doctor thinks you’re having sepsia or a similar condition, you may want to visit a sepsidic unit or other medical facility.
If they think you’re not experiencing any of the symptoms that would indicate you’re suffering from a septic infection, you should see a septicaemia doctor or a specialist.
Sepsis is a condition that causes severe, prolonged and sometimes life-threatening infections.
Sepsis can cause:Severe, prolonged, and sometimes deathSevere dehydrationSevere fevers, including fevers that can last days or weeksSymptoms include:Headaches, vomiting, diarrhea, chest pain, muscle weakness, fatigue and confusionNausea, vomiting and diarrhea are the most common symptoms.
These are usually mild and disappear within a few hours.
Severe feasts may cause dehydration and/or electrolyte imbalance.
Symptoms of sepsity include:The most common sepsitoid is a yeast infection.
The disease can spread quickly through the skin and lungs.
The infection can cause fever, chest or abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.
Seizures can also occur.
The severity of the illness may vary depending on the severity of symptoms.