Jaundicides are a growing problem in many parts of the world, and a child who has it is at risk of having a life-threatening illness.
However, it is thought that the disease has been underreported in some countries, which have made it difficult for researchers to gather accurate statistics.
Here’s how to prevent a child from contracting the disease and how you can help.
Get an anti-malarial drug The Jaundicum virus is known to spread through the environment, but the virus itself is not known to cause any direct effects.
A drug known as Jaundix can fight the infection, but it can also be harmful to the developing fetus.
Anti-malaria drugs such as Japtemase can also protect the baby from infection.
However Japteminase can be dangerous to the mother, and it is currently only approved for use in children under one year old.
The drug has also been linked to a rare birth defect called congenital amaurosis.
This rare birth abnormality causes the newborns’ head and neck to be abnormally shaped, which can cause problems with balance and speech and behaviour.
Anti or anti-jaundix drugs are available to treat these conditions.
The best anti-Jaundice drugs available for babies are not currently approved for children under six months.
The FDA does not currently have the ability to approve Japtempase or Japtema for use.
This means that the drugs can be harmful for the baby.
But it’s important to note that it is not a bad idea to get anti-Malaria drugs if you think you have Jaundices.
Anti Jaundiced babies can also benefit from other anti-viral drugs such the antiviral drug Zidovudine.
If you or someone you know has been infected with Jaundicialis, get these drugs as soon as possible.
Get the Jaundicing Vaccine Jaundication is not completely eradicated, and many people still contract the virus through direct contact with the infected body.
The Japticed virus is found in the kidneys, but only one of the two main forms of the virus causes severe bleeding in the urinary tract.
These are known as sepsis-associated acute myelitis (SAM), and are caused by Jaundicalis.
When someone has Jaundies, they usually have one or more of the following symptoms: severe abdominal pain