Ebola hemorrhagic fever frequently has many complications;organs failure,severe bleeding,jaundice,dementia,shock,seizures,coma and loss of lives.Those victims fortunate enough to survive Ebola hemorrhagic fever still may mouths to resolve. Subsisted may experience weakness,exhaustion,headaches,hair loss,hepatitis,sensory changes and inflammation of organs.Some may have Ebola linger in their semen for months and others may have the virus dormant infect their eye.
Male patient may have detectable Ebola viruses in their semen for as long as six months after they survive the infection.Researchers consider the chance of being infected with Ebola from semen is very low;however,they recommend utilizing condoms for six months;some experts suggest a longer time.
It is apparent that we don’t know everything about how to cure Ebola infections.A physician thought to be cured of Ebola,Dr.Ian Cozier,in fall 2014 developed burning light sensitivity in his eyes.He returned to Emory University where he was treated and after several test he was found to have Ebola infection in his eyes. . However, only the fluid removed by needle from his eyes showed viable virus; his tears and the outer membrane of his eyes had no detectable virus. Consequently, health care professionals considered the patient not to be able to spread the virus. One of the complications was that his blue eye color turned green. Fortunately, for Dr. Crosier, treatment with steroids and antiviral agents allowed his eyes to return to normal. This unusual circumstance has suggested that follow-up eye exams are likely to be important in patients who survive Ebola infections.