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It is extremely unlikely that hematochezia
can occur as a result of rubella
. Also, eclampsia is the occurrence of fits in the pregnant woman. It is theoretically impossible in males.
Since a long time, a large number of young adult males have been reporting rubella.
Although half the people with rubella do not have any symptoms, in the majority the symptoms include rash
, low-grade fever
, and swollen glands behind the ears and in the neck. The rash generally appears first on the face and moves from head to foot. The rash usually lasts for 3 days.
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