The Story Of 'The Bubonic Plague', which spread throughout Europe
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England being hit by the Bubonic Plague as early as 1665.
I'm tired. I have pain all over me. I really hope to stop getting infected by the disease.
First symptoms of the Plague is the swellings, which can be found under the groin or armpits. These can be as large as an apple or the size of an egg.
Black or red spots sometimes broke out on the thigh or arm. These spots were large in some cases; in other cases, they were almost like a rash.
A few days after being infected, the victim developed a rash, and there was also pain all over the body. The victim felt lethargic (even though the pain made it hard to sleep), temperature of the body increased (affected the body and the nerves), and their speech was affected (as they became less and less intelligible.
As the disease took more of a hold, the victim took on the physical appearance of a drunk (with a stumbling movement and gait). The victim then became delirious.
After about six days, the lymphaptic glands became swollen and inflamed. In the groin, neck, and armpit areas of the body this led to buboes - large and highly painful swellings. These buboes caused bleeding from underneath the skin, which turned the buboes (and surrounding area (s)) blue/purple. These symptoms will finally lead to death.
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