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Typhoid fever is an acute thermophilic disease caused by infection of Salmonella typhi and common in developing countries with poor water and sewer systems.
This is caused when an uninfected person consumes food or water that has been contaminated with the urine or feces of an infected person or shells, fish, and fruits contaminated.
Symptoms may begin 3-60 days (average of 8-14 days) after exposure such as continuous fever, headaches, chills, and torpor. While young children have diarrhea, adults may experience constipation.
Vaccination can prevent typhoid fever.
There are very few side effects after vaccination. The most common side effects are pain, rash, firmness, discomfort, and itching.