Patients will typically develop symptoms within 3-4 days after exposure to this bacterium. However, in some cases, symptoms may occur within 24 hours, or 1 week later.

Symptoms of infection by Escherichia coli may include

  1. Pain and cramps in the stomach
  2. Diarrhea
  3. Nausea
  4. Vomiting
  5. Fever

A significant number of infected people have no visible symptoms. However, they can unconsciously spread infection to others.

When it comes to urinary infection with Escherichia coli, symptoms may not or may be typical symptoms of urinary infection, such as: frequent urination, urination when urinating, unpleasant smell of urine, etc.

How to treat Escherichia coli?

Doctors will usually advise patients to rest a lot and drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration. Antibiotics are generally not recommended, as they can cause numerous complications. You should also not take medication against diarrhea during Escherichia coli infection, as this prevents the elimination of toxins from the body through diarrhea. So, diarrhea is in this case an ally in the fight against Escherichia.

Natural healing of the Escherichia coli

Natural healing of Escherichia coli is primarily based on strengthening immunity, urinating of the urinary tract and alleviation of the symptoms of this disease. It is recommended to consume teas from ginger, parsley, honey, basil, and chamomile. You also need to take foods with a pronounced antibacterial effect, such as garlic and turmeric. Apple cider vinegar and cranberry juice also help in this case. Wild oregano oil has proven to be a very effective natural remedy against Escherichia coli, but it should be consumed in very small, well-prescribed doses.