Anaerobic Bacteria

Anaerobic Bacteria

Anaerobic Bacteria is a type of bacterium that grows in places where bacteria have little or no oxygen. Anaerobic bacteria cause bad odors, pus, abscess formation and tissue destruction. They usually occur in the gastrointestinal tract and on the skin in the mouth. They cause dental infections in the mouth, they cause injury to the skin or intestinal wall, and these bacteria grow on one hand and cause infection.

Anaerobic bacteria cause infection in the ear, throat, sinus, gums, jaw, root pneumonia and lung, causing lung abscess and cause lung lining infection. An infection may also occur in the abdomen. The presence of this bacteria in appendicitis. After bite and wound infections, it causes gangrene.

If you are exposed to bleeding, pain and bad bad breath in your gums, this bacteria is likely to be in your mouth. Symptoms of throat infections, bad breath, sore throat, drowning feeling and bad taste left in your mouth when you consume any food. In addition, the open wound can cause inflammation of the wound flicker, high fever, and ultimately death.