In India, the epidemic of “white and yellow mildew” began to spread after the blackout

In India, patients recovering from corona have begun to be targeted by “white and yellow mold” after cocaine.

Corona has created new stories of catastrophe all over the world, but the catastrophe that Corona is facing in India is unprecedented. After all, the rare disease ‘black fungus’ is blinding Indians, especially those recovering from coronavirus, but this catastrophe is not going away.

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In the Indian state of Nagpur, a new type of fungus, white and yellow fungus, has begun to grip patients recovering from corona.

White mold is more deadly than black mold because it affects the lungs more than other parts of the body. In addition to the lungs, the fungus can cause irreparable damage to the head, brain, kidneys, intestines, stomach and intestines.

The symptoms of white fungus are similar to the symptoms of corona, the patient may experience chest pain, cough and difficulty breathing due to lung infection, while in some patients white fungus may cause headache, infection and swelling. ۔

In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad district, cases of ‘yellow mold’ have also started coming to light, which is considered more dangerous than black and white mold.

Experts say that ‘yellow fungus’ targets the internal organs of the human body, its symptoms include late healing of wounds, discharge of pus and swelling of tissues.

According to Indian media, although the cases of ‘yellow and white mildew’ are still very low, the actual figures may be higher. If left unmanaged, they can be left astray and lose the right path.

Health experts say that the best way to avoid fungus (black, yellow or white) is to minimize the use of sugar in food. This is because both of these types of fungus affect people with low immunity and diabetics are more susceptible to it due to low immunity.

It is to be noted that the same type of fungus, Mycorrhiza Mycelium (Black Fungus), has wreaked havoc in Central India, and now the white fungus in patients who have won the war from Corona has caused concern to health experts.

Leading Indian endocrinologist Hemanshu Patil says that in this infection, the fungi belonging to the type of “mycorrhiza mycytes” take root in the human brain, lungs or nose / throat and start growing. ۔

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