Black fungus in India: Black fungus disease usually appears in people who take such medications, which increases the body’s ability to fight diseases. Now the question arises whether a person can contract Covid-19 and Black Fungus together.
New Delhi. In India, the difficulty of naming Mucormycosis has also knocked out the Coronavirus. It is also called Black Fungus in the common language. As a result, patients’ nose and eyes are particularly affected. Doctors and the government are working to find out the treatment and causes of black fungus victims. However, experts say that people with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing this fungal infection.
So far, it has been observed in the case of Mucaramicosis that patients have this disease after recovering from Kovid-19. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the U.S. Health Agency, mucosal fungus is a serious but rare infection. The main reason for this is from a group of mold called mucaramecites. These molds live in the entire environment.
This disease usually takes people into their fist, who take such drugs, which increase the body’s ability to fight germs and diseases. Now the question arises as to whether a person can be a victim of Covid-19 and Black Fungus together.
In media reports, MedicineNet is quoted as saying that along with Kovid-19, a person could also be a victim of black fungus. According to the report, those patients whose condition is very serious or more at risk among patients suffering from diseases such as HIV and diabetes. The victim of a fungal infection with Kovid-19 can sometimes be fatal.
According to the ICMR, Covid-19 patients are more likely to have such fungal infections. These include patients who have taken steroids during treatment and have been in the intensive care unit for a long time in the hospital. Experts are looking into the link between this disease and diabetes. In this, blackness or discoloration in the upper part of the nose can cause problems such as blurred vision, chest pain, difficulty breathing, or coughing up blood.