Ayurvedic treatment for Filaria-Filariasis-Elephantiasis Causes

Filaria-Filariasis-Elephantiasis Causes

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Filaria-Filariasis-Elephantiasis Causes


Just like dengue, malaria and other vector borne diseases, filariasis too, spreads from person to person by mosquito bites. When a mosquito bites a person who has lymphatic filariasis = their microscopic larvae that circulate in the person's blood, enters and infects the mosquito. Other people get lymphatic filariasis from the bite of such an infected mosquito. After the bite, these microscopic worms pass from the mosquito through the skin, and travel to the lymph vessels in the human body. In the lymph vessels, they grow into adults. An adult worm lives for about 5–7 years. The adult worms mate and release millions of microscopic worms, called microfilariae, into the blood. People with the worms in their blood can give the infection to others through mosquitoes.1

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