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Drowsiness, vomiting, extreme weakness, fear. Diagnosed double typhoid, but no fever. Any ideas ?

Hi, my sis is 35 yrs old, she is feeling drowsiness, vomiting , extreme weakness, fear. She is crying a lot. She has been admitted also. Doctors are saying she is suffering from double typhoid . but she was not in fever . please suggest what exactly is the problem.
Asked On : Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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DEAR SIR/MADAM

EVERY TIME IT IS NOT ESSENSTIAL TO HAVE FULL SYMPTOMS FOR ANY DISEASE , SOME DISEASE WILL BE SILENT ALWAYS. SINCE SHE IS NOT HAVING ANY FEVER OR OTHER PROBLEMS, SO IT MIGHT BE A SUB CLINICAL INFECTION, STILL IF NOT TREATED PROPERLY PATIENT MAY HARBOUR INFECTION AS CARRIER.
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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