Common Symptoms of Toxic Shock Syndrome

Common Symptoms of Toxic Shock Syndrome

Women who often use tampons have seen the warnings about the toxic shock syndrome (TSS) printed on boxes for years.

TSS is a rare bacterial infection, with one to two cases per 100,000 menstruating women between the ages of 15 to 44 in the US.

TSS can happen to a woman who uses an infected tampon then the Staphylococcus or Streptococcus bacteria get into the body tissue and begins attacking internal organs.

Moreover, women who are under the age of 30 are more likely to get one.

This syndrome requires immediate action. However, the common symptoms of TSS are the same as menstrual cramps and the flu. That’s why it is hard to recognize the signs if you have a TSS.

But don’t worry, we’ve listed the symptoms of Toxic Shock Syndrome that you need to watch for.

Sudden High Fever

sudden and high fever is one common symptom of toxic shock syndrome
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Vomiting

vomiting
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Low Blood Pressure

common symptoms of toxic shock syndrome is low blood pressure
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Confusion or Dizziness

dizziness
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 Rashes on Hands and Feet

rashes is one common symptom of toxic shock syndrome
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Muscle Aches and Headaches

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Redness in Mouth, Throat, and Eyes

red eyes is common symptom of toxic shock syndrome
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Seizures and Fainting

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If you’re afraid to get this kind of syndrome, remember that you can always use a pad, a menstrual cup, or other period-oriented products instead.

Don’t forget to share this with your girlfriends and family.

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