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Name: Ironbark Measles
nausea- delusion- inattention- ear pain (not in all cases) - mouth sores (uncommon)
What to expect: nausea and delusion often start out of nowhere within a few days, but both symptoms are always experienced at some time. After the initial onset, nausea generally increases in intensity. Around this time inattention is experienced by almost all cases.
The experience of inattention sometimes decreases the severity of the experience of delusion. After a few more days ear pain is experienced infrequently and is often experienced moderately.
Throughout the course of the disease, mouth sores may be experienced, but only in rare cases and could be a symptom of a different disease.
Cause: A virus. Often ingested through food and drinks.
Made worse by: Excess vitamins. Alcohol. Being underweight.
Treatment: Invasive surgical procedure.
Rarity: 1 in 14 older adults are likely to catch Ironbark Measles in their life .