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How can I get treated for Elephantasis? How does it spread?

What is the final treatment that completely cures Elephantasis ?
What are precautions we need to take if have a person at home who is affected with elphantasis?
What are the various ways this disease is transferred to another human being ?
How many days it will take to get rid of elphantasis completely?
Elphantasis paitent is affected with sugar , blood pressure, still operations will be processed?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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There are several treatment regimes for elephantiasis, for example surgical, antibiotics or other medication like albendazole or diethylcarbamazine.
It spreads through mosquitoes, so I recommend you use mosquito nets and other insect repellents to keep your home as free of mosquitoes as possible.
The duration of the treatment will vary according to the type of treatment chosen.
Sadly I cant say with certainty whether or not the operations will get processed or not.
I hope this helped.
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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