Bacterial Dysentery

Common Bacterial Dysentery Causes

Common bacterial dysentery infection causes are parasites that infect the intestines. Common parasites thrive in unclean areas and often multiply in dirty and contaminated water, contaminated food that may be irrigated, farmed, treated or washed with contaminated water or fecal contact. In other words, harmful bacteria commonly live in water, and people who are infected. People can typically pass the infections to other people through any sort of contact with feces of the person carrying the bacteria.

Bacterial Dysentery Types

  • Travelers Diarrhea
  • Gastroenteritis Diarrhea
  • Campylobacter
  • Salmonella Poisoning
  • E. coli
  • Rotavirus
  • Bacillary Dysentery - digestive problem with stomach pains and intermittent diarrhea with constipation caused by she Shigella bacteria
  • Norwalk Virus
  • Amoebic Dysentery - digestive problem caused by amoeba that burrow through the intestinal wall and spread through the bloodstream and infect other organs, possibly leading to intestinal bleeding, diarrhea and red poop (Hematochezia)
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