Christmas time, christmas time, are all ready ..! i'm already in the christmas spirit! at the weekend we brought our # 🎄 christmas tree and today, when i set it up, one thought occurred to me: my mother used to put a blanket under the tree to catch all the needles. but since i do not have any (i left home only last year), i decided to sew one myself out of fabric remnants. since we did not want to pack our christmas tree in a stand, we decided for a p*t of earth. however, so that the blue p*t was much too un-christmas, i have also quickly conjured for him a christmas overcoat. if you also want your own christmas tree or a p*t cover, write me a dm or an e-mail to the specified e-mail address in the bio ✉❤ blanket: 5, - plus shipping overcoat: 7, - plus shipping
what is mumps?
mumps is a contagious disease caused by a virus that passes from one person to another through saliva, nasal secretions, and close personal contact.
the condition primarily affects the salivary glands, also called the parotid glands. these glands are responsible for producing saliva. there are three sets of salivary glands on each side of your face, located behind and below your ears. the hallmark symptom of mumps is swelling of the salivary glands.
what are the symptoms of mumps?
symptoms of mumps usually appear within two weeks of exposure to the virus. flu-like symptoms may be the first to appear, including: • fatigue
• body aches
• loss of appetite
• low-grade fever
a high fever of 103°f (39°c) and swelling of the salivary glands follow over the next few days. the glands may not all swell at once. more commonly, they swell and become painful periodically. you are most likely to pass the mumps virus to another person from the time you come into contact with the virus to when your parotid glands swell.
most people who contract mumps show symptoms of the virus. however, some people have no or very few symptoms.