Kidney infection – Most Common Signs and Symptoms of kidney infection


Symptoms of kidney infection:
Kidney infections most often result from Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can lead to kidney
infection. Kidney infections can be sudden or chronic. It requires prompt medical attention. If not treated properly, a kidney infection
can permanently damage your kidneys or the bacteria can spread to your bloodstream and
cause a life-threatening infection. The medical term for a kidney infection is
pyelonephritis. Infection of the kidney is very common, especially
in young females. There are some common symptoms of kidney infection
that enables you to avoid further complications. Fever:
With any infection, a fever can occur with temperatures soaring above 100-degrees Fahrenheit,
accompanied by the normal chills—so grab a blanket and warm up. Kidney Pain:
A kidney infection may affect one or both kidneys at a time. Pain occurs on the same side of the body as
the infected kidney. The pain location with a kidney infection
includes the side of the body or the lower back on one or both sides of the spine. A woman may also experience pain in the abdomen
or the groin. Urinary Urgency:
If your kidney infection worsens, and spreads to the urethra, you will often feel the constant
and sudden urge to urinate, even if you just emptied your bladder. You may feel like you can’t quite empty
your bladder, like there is fluid remaining, even right after using the washroom. Blood in urine:
One of common symptom of kidney infection is blood or dark red urine which may be painless. So if you find dark urine make a quick appointment
with your doctor for treatment. Smelling urine:
The presence of bacteria in the urine, such as with a urinary tract infection, can affect
the appearance and smell of urine. Otherwise the consumption of certain foods
and taking some medications may be causes for changes in the odor of urine. Nausea, vomiting:
Poor appetite and fatigue are very common gastrointestinal symptoms among renal or kidney
infection patients. Sometimes the reactions of nausea and vomiting
will be very strong that patients can not even take oral medicines. When to see a doctor:
Make an appointment with your doctor if you have some signs or symptoms. If you’re being treated for a urinary tract
infection but your signs and symptoms aren’t improving, make an appointment. Severe kidney infection can lead to life-threatening
complications. Seek immediate medical attention if you have
kidney infection combined with all above symptoms. Thanks for watching and Stay Healthy.

Takoe Zuii “iNFeCTioN” UTAU Original Song


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Can A Yeast Infection Turn Into A Urinary Tract Infection If Left Untreated?

Can A Yeast Infection Turn Into A Urinary Tract Infection If Left Untreated?


Good day, Eric Bakker again, naturopath, with
another frequently asked question for Candida Crusher. Can a yeast infection turn into a urinary
tract infection if left untreated? Well, yeast infections can predispose you
to many different types of infections. They, in turn, are there because of poor or compromised
immunity and, in turn, can further compromise your lowered immunity and predispose you to
a UTI or urinary tract infection. Urinary tract infections are common for certain
types of people. Elderly women, I find, have more, but many women suffer from recurring
UTIs as well, particularly younger women who often have these. UTIS can come about through
increased sexual activity, but also infrequent emptying or bladder issues. Lowered immunity
or compromised immunity is a key reason why people would have a UTI. So drinking plenty
of water is a clever idea and boosting immunity up. Coming back to that question again, can a
UTI be there because of a yeast infection? It can be because of the predisposing factor,
but yeast infections don’t generally cause UTIs as such, but they can develop out of
yeast infections. So basically the smart thing to do if you
have got a UTI is to improve your immune health and your urinary health and I’ll be covering
more details in further FAQs on UTIs to give you some very good ideas on how you can overcome
a urinary tract infection. These are things that you can get on top of. So I hope that answers your question in a
roundabout way. Thank you.

Extrapulmonary TB (part 1) | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Extrapulmonary TB (part 1) | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy


Voiceover: This is Charles Prober. Voiceover: And I’m Morgan Theis
and today we’re going to talk about the extrapulmonary disease
associated with tuberculosis, which I find kind of interesting, because I always think of
tuberculosis as a lung disease. Voiceover: In fact, you’re correct, Morgan that the most prominent infection
associated with tuberculosis is pulmonary disease, is lung disease, but extrapulmonary disease
is also very important. In fact, it’s so important that
we’re going to make two videos about extrapulmonary disease. The first one we’re going to focus
on disease involving the lymph nodes and the genitourinary tract
and then the second one, we’re going to talk about
involvement of the bones, the central nervous system, the
gastrointestinal tract, and the heart. The reason that it’s so
important to give this much time to extrapulmonary disease is
that we call tuberculosis, the bug infects one-third
of the world’s population. After that initial infection, some
go on and immediately develop disease and others, as we talked about
before, develop secondary disease and it comes out later and
the infection may present in a myriad number of ways. In fact, that’s one of the reasons
that tuberculosis is referred to as one of the great imitators. It can imitate so many
other kinds of disease. Two videos. Voiceover: Okay, so
TB, the great imitator. Voiceover: Exactly and some
of the other great imitators people talk about these days
are lupus, which is, of course, not an infectious disease, HIV infection, which is an infectious disease,
Epstein-Barr virus infection, which is a viral infection. Those are other great imitators, but
today we’re talking about tuberculosis. Voiceover: Okay and these
are good things to remember because since they can
present in so many ways, we always have to have them
on our differential diagnosis, so we don’t forget about them. Voiceover: Exactly. The first site that I’m
going to talk about, Morgan, is the lymph nodes and I’m
talking about that first because it actually is the most common
place that TB goes, after the lungs. Voiceover: Okay and which lymph
nodes are we talking about? Because they’re everywhere
in the body, right? Voiceover: That is true,
they’re everywhere in the body and the infection of the
lymph nodes can occur anywhere in the body,
but the most common sites are posterior cervical, so the
lymph nodes at the back of the neck, and then another common site
is the supra clavicular area, so that space above the clavicle. Oftentimes, when you feel a
lymph node above the clavicle, you appropriately think of some sort
of malignancy in the abdominal area, because that’s a sentinel node,
the supra clavicular lymph node, but something to remember that can
also cause that is tuberculosis. One of the features of a lymph
node infection with tuberculosis is that the lymph nodes
tend to be painless, so they don’t hurt the
person, and also they tend to be not particular tender,
so when you push on them, they also don’t hurt the person. They often have a lack of
overlying redness or heat, because there really isn’t much
of an acute inflammatory response, it’s more of a chronic, slow process, so these lymph nodes tend to sneak
up on you, gradually enlarging. As they gradually enlarge,
some of them, however, can, because it’s a long-term process,
can actually cause fistulas tracks, that is a connection that
goes from the lymph node all the way up to the skin with drainage. Voiceover: Oh gosh. Voiceover: So if you see a
fistulas track associated with an enlarged lymph node,
tuberculosis should be on your list. The way these are diagnosed is
that a sample of the lymph node may be obtained and when
looked at under the microscope, you may actually see
the tuberculous bacilli, those little red snappers,
as they’re sometimes called, or you may culture them if
you don’t actually see them. Taking a chest x-ray of
patients with suspected TB in the lymph nodes is a good idea. Voiceover: Right. Voiceover: However, half the
time or more than half the time, the chest x-ray is negative,
so don’t be discouraged from the diagnosis if the
chest x-ray is negative, because it oftentimes is negative. Voiceover: Got it. Voiceover: The next site
that I’d like to talk about is the genitourinary site and
I’m talking about this site next because after lymph node
involvement comes the so-called GU, or genitourinary involvement. Thought to represent
maybe 10 or 15% of cases of extrapulmonary TB, as opposed to
lymph nodes, that’s more like 35%. This is about half as common. As is true of any infection that
can involve the genitourinary site, the kidneys and the genital
area, the patients may have very nonspecific complaints,
such as blood in their urine or pain when they urinate or needing
to get up at night to urinate. If you examine their urine
under the microscope, you may actually see white
blood cells, so pyuria, but you don’t see any bacteria,
typically, so that can be a finding. Voiceover: I’m confused about that, because why wouldn’t the bacteria
actually be in the urine? Voiceover: The main reason is that
the amount of tuberculous bacilli that are often present at one
of these extrapulmonary sites is quite small and unless you
either centrifuge the urine or otherwise concentrate it and stain
it with tuberculous specific stains, you will not see bacteria. That’s in contrast to regular bacterial
infections of the urinary tract, where there is typically
hundreds of thousands to even millions of bacteria that show
up in the typical stains that are used. The term that’s used here is when
you see the white cells in urine and you don’t see any bacteria,
and then you culture them for regular bacteria,
and they don’t show up, because TB doesn’t show
up on regular cultures, it’s culture negative pyuria. Culture negative pyuria should
make you think of tuberculosis. Now, if you actually send
those urine samples to the lab and say, “I’m looking for
tuberculosis,” and they’re set up on tuberculosis specific media,
then you often will grow the TB, but if you don’t think about
it, you won’t do the test, and if you don’t do the test,
you won’t make the diagnosis. Voiceover: So you’re
asking for a TB culture? Voiceover: Exactly. I mentioned the chest x-ray in the
context of lymph node involvement and it’s often negative. With genitourinary involvement,
the chest x-ray is often positive. If you see culture negative pyuria
and you’re thinking of tuberculosis, the chest x-ray may have value. The other part of the genitourinary
infection that I’ll mention here is specific to women and it’s that
tuberculosis may actually involve the internal genitalia of women,
that is the fallopian tubes and the endometrium and the
importance of recognizing that is that this is one of
the causes of infertility, especially in the developing world,
where tuberculosis is more common. Men can also get infection of
their internal genital organs, including epididymis and the testicles. They can also have prostate involvement. Again, tuberculosis can cause an -itis,
an inflammation in multiple organs. In this case, in the genitourinary area. Voiceover: And you say endometritis
is one of them, as well? Voiceover: Endometritis in women can occur and I mentioned the fallopian tubes
and when you have inflammation in those areas, that can
result in infertility.

Can Feminine Hygiene Products Actually Lead to an Infection?


Feminine hygiene products are a booming industry with sales totaling over $2.7 billion, this year alone. That’s a lot of… That’s a lot of money. – Yeah. That’s a lotta hygiene products. That’s a lotta care down there, so to speak. Alright, while some products are a definite necessity, others are designed around the idea they make you feel fresh and clean. But could those nonessential products actually be putting you at greater risk of infection down there? And this all comes from a new Canadian study out of Ontario, where they found gel sanitizers were in fact associated with eight times higher risk of yeast infections, and a 20 times higher risk of bacterial infections. So, I will say, over all, we know that, when it comes to the genital region, less is more. And that area is just really, really sensitive. So when you’re putting these creams and gels and scented soaps, and you’re using all of this stuff, it can really irritate the area. And it can increase the probability of things like yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis, or bacterial infection, because you’re disrupting the natural balance between the good bacteria and bad bacteria in the vagina. And when you have bacterial infections, like bacterial vaginosis, it can increase the probability of sexually transmitted infections. So you want to be very careful. Overall, I would say, remember that your vagina is not supposed to smell like a rose garden. (laughing) It doesn’t need to have a fishy odor. You know, that can indicate an infection, but at the same time, have realistic expectations. Then if you notice… I’m like, “I don’t know.” (laughing) Well then! If you notice any odor or anything like that, you don’t wanna mask it. You really wanna go to the doctor so they can find the underlying cause. I would say be very careful. If you wanna use something like this, then make sure you’re adding one new product at a time, so that if you do have irritation, you know where that irritation is coming from. But, overall, I know you want your vagina to be the best it can possibly be. I know you’re trying to help, but you’re vagina really has it covered. Just some warm water, with a little unscented soap on the outside, if you must, is just fine. You really don’t need these things. So it sounds like women have their own natural rinse cycle, right? Absolutely, vaginal discharge. We do. Yeah, the secretions we perform actually really maintain that normal flora, so completely agree from the skin perspective. Unscented, undyed, really gentle products. But what I would say is, when you hear those numbers about 20 times and eight times the risk, remember the way this particular study was done, though I completely agree with everything you’re saying, was they, after the fact, asked women, “Were you using these products, “and did you have these infections.” So you can’t really assign causality here. We don’t know if women were using more of these products– To treat the infection, right. ’cause they already had infections. So there may be not entirely objectivity in terms of creating those numbers, but I think that anytime you disrupt that normal balance of flora, it’s so important just to know that your vagina doesn’t need it. And you can just maintain your cleanliness without adding a bunch of suds and duds. Yeah, if your vagina could talk, it would probably say, “Please stop.” (laughing) Exactly. It’d say, “Thank you very much.” “No thank you.” No thank you. If I may just interrupt for a second… (laughing) I love the vagina effect… Unfortunately, it had to come to an end at some point, but please. Well, you know what, just a moral story here. At the end, I think we’re using too many cleansers for everything. – [Andrew] Yes! You know, the body has natural bacteria. People that, you know, take all these high colonics, my end of it, you know, we just need to like, be a little bit more natural. And sometimes, you could do everything right, and that balance between the good bacteria and bad bacteria in your vagina can still get off. And in that case, you can go to the doctor, we can see what’s going on, and get you back on track. But, overall, these things really don’t help you.

Bezlotoxumab for Prevention of Clostridium difficile Infection Recurrence


Clostridium difficile is the most common cause
of infectious diarrhea in hospitalized patients in high-income countries. After treatment with antibiotic therapy, patients
may have a recurrence of C. difficile infection, which can be more difficult to treat and may
lead to rehospitalisation. Circulating antibodies against toxin A and
toxin B generated by C.difficile have been correlated with protection against primary
and recurrent infection. MODIFY I and MODIFY II are two international
randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled trials investigating the effect of monoclonal
antibodies against C.difficile toxins to prevent recurrent infection. Investigators evaluated actoxumab and bezlotoxumab,
two fully human monoclonal antibodies that bind and neutralize C.difficile toxins A and
B, respectively. 2655 patients with a median age of 66 years,
who had primary or recurrent C.difficile infection and were receiving standard-of-care antibiotics
were randomized to receive intravenous placebo, actoxumab, bezlotoxumab, or a combination
of both monoclonal antibodies. The primary endpoint was the proportion with
recurrent C.difficile — a new episode after successful treatment of the initial infection — over
12 weeks of follow up. After an interim analysis, enrollment in the
actoxumab group was stopped owing to higher rates of recurrent C.difficile infection than
in the combination monoclonal antibody group. In MODIFY I the number of patients with recurrent
C.difficile was 17 % in the bezlotoxumab group as compared with 28% in the placebo group. The results were similar in MODIFY II, and
the differences were significant in both studies. The rates of recurrent C. difficile infection
were similar in the bezlotoxumab and combination groups. Common adverse events included diarrhea and
nausea, which were similar across all study groups. The authors conclude that among patients receiving
standard of care antibiotics for primary or recurrent C.difficile infection, bezlotoxumab
alone or in combination reduced recurrent C.difficile infection rates as compared with
placebo. Full trial results are available at NEJM.org.

What is an Epidemic?

What is an Epidemic?


Epidemics and pandemics, are when you get a sudden burst of an infection. It can be a relatively small outbreak. It can be a fairly severe one in a localized area. For example, the Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa a few years ago or it can be massive like the flu pandemic of 1918 This is the centenary year of that epidemic which actually killed somewhere between 50 and 100 million people. Some epidemics are passed on by insects like mosquitoes or fleas. Some are passed on by airborne methods some are passed on by food and water. Some are passed on sexually and some are passed on by touch and depending which of these it is we can do different things to try and control them.

The Time When Killing Animals Infected 400,000 People

The Time When Killing Animals Infected 400,000 People


Hey it’s Mike here and today it’s STORY TIME! I’m doing something a little bit different today As many of you know I’m studying a masters in Public Health and in a recent class there’s a really interesting really massive story of 400,000 people getting infected came up and so let’s, let’s just jump right into it. ~To set the scene~ The year is 1993 It’s springtime, In Milwaukee Wisconsin And everything appears to be normal… With the exception of some extra rainfall. Milwaukee Woman: “Just another day is beautiful Wisconsin!” “HUNTER WHERE ARE YOU” “ARE YOU DOING THAT THING TO YOUR BEANIE BABIES AGAIN!” “I TOLD YOU THEY DON’T REPRODUCE LIKE THAT!” “Oh my, I have a tummy ache!” Hunter: “Hey maam! I just pooped my own body weight!” Milwaukee Woman: *shocked and confused* “Oahh!” It had begun. Over the next couple weeks, According to this study, Some people would poop as much as 90 times in a single day! Alright..for most people it was closer to 12… As thousands, TENS of thousands as people started exhibiting symptoms And going into the doctor A lot of doctors misdiagnosed this mysterious illness as the flu without further investigation And from this study of almost 300 people it was diarrhea and cramps for almost everyone who was infected and vomiting and fever for about half of those infected Don’t worry, this whole video isn’t going to be gross It’s not all gonna be about diarrhea *only 93% about diarrhea* At this point we need to appreciate the widespread level of mystery and panic that must have occurred as now HUNDREDS of thousands of people were falling ill. Alright let’s investigate this mystery a little bit further On March 21, Milwaukee’s southern water treatment plant’s records showed an increase in turbidity, which is the cloudiness of water and by March 23, it had reached UNPRECEDENTED levels of turbidity It took them over two weeks after the initial turbidity increase to finally close that southern water plant and switch the entire city over to the northern water plant’s uncontaminated water supply At that point the mayor also issued a “boil your water!” order as you can see by the timeline here it was already too late, everybody had already pooped their brains out 🙁 by this time it had already become the largest waterborn outbreak in U.S history costing $90 million which is now like 4 quadrillion dollars counting inflation No, its more like $120 million with inflation And as the title suggested, infected 400,000 people which was half of the 800,000 people on the southern water supply So what was the illness that was actually making everyone sick? Well it was Cryptosporidium, particularly Cryptosporidium parvum which is a strain that infects a variety of mammals Cryptosporidium is a water born protozoa basically a microscopic wormlike animal and it’s really important to note that it is highly chlorine resistant when it’s in its oocyst form when it’s in it’s dormant form, kinda like a little egg and thats how it spreads from one animal to another they oocysts are pooped out of the original victim and then they have to make it to the mouth and past the mouth of their next victim where they enter the stomach and the stomach acid actually wears away the shell of that oocyst and lets these creepy little worm like creatures escape into your digestive tract and then it’s PARTY TIME Back to this study, while most infected people seemed to have diarrhea for about 3 days there was some unfortunate soul that had 38 days of diarrhea Milwaukee woman: “Day 35, I ran out of books to read on the toilet,” “so I started a journal.” “It’s nice to journal.” “I like journaling because, in Wisconsin,…” In water treatment, coagulation is a common method to remove oocysts and that was the method they used in the southern water treatment essentially you have a compound that binds with the organic matter in the water for example, poop, with is harboring some oocysts and then it leads them to settle at the bottom, purifying the water overall a little bit with the mechanisms used to determine how much coagulant to put in as well as a lack of turbidity alarms the southern water plant clearly failed to remove the oocysts. In addition it took them so long to figure out what was going on because because at the time sampling for Cryptosporidium was difficult, lengthy, and was not standardized. They of course did confirm that it was Cryptosporidium after taking a sample of water, freezing it into an ice core, and then sending it off to a lab. Now for the most important question here: How had a relatively modern water treatment plant been totally compromised? What was the original source of the pathogen? We’re gonna look at the likelihood of all 3 of those, starting with the slaughterhouse because the blame quickly landed on the Peck Meat Packing plant which was the largest slaughterhouse in Milwaukee with 800 employees From this local article Quote: Here’s a map of Milwaukee the Peck Plant eventually became cargo which you can read there the slaugherhouse was likely dumping in the river hErE and it of course went all the way down the river and came out in the south coast of Milwaukee in Lake Michigan where the intake to the southern plant is But there’s another very possible point of origin, and that is the Milwaukee Stockyards which were right across the river though it really is two sides of the same coin This article eight years prior to the whole ordeal brags by saying Quote: Why is this important? because Cryptosporidium appears to most violently be spread by calves One study found that as high as 90% of calves tested positive for Cryptosporidium A statistic cited by dairy farmers as well, not just some..fringe..anti-veal statistic. That 90% goes down to 20% in adult bovines But let’s throw out a most conservative figure which is still pretty impressive and that is from this study That in 1993, when this happened, 30% of U.S beef calves whatever you wanna call them, some just call them babies… were infected. It also appears that these stockyards did not have any type of manure management system or anything vaguely like that From the Environmental Policy Paradox, Among those to blame was the stockyard, which was illegally dumping waste. Now we have to get a bird’s eye view here because the stockyards were 13 acres right near downtown, right on the river, and that big bout of spring rain could perfectly act as a flush to flush out all of that calf Crypto poop into the river then into Lake Michigan to enter the water supply And from this study Quote: And if the actual point of origin wasn’t the stockyards in particular, Well, were do you think all of those baby cows ended up going? to Peck Meat packing plant, at least a lot of them from this article And when an animal is slaughtered, all of the waste in their digestive tract has to go somewhere this is why a variety of meats are notorious for containing fecal matter I don’t know why people don’t talk about that more often.. Some of the ~people of Milwaukee~ banded together and actually sued the Peck Meat Packing plant and they settled, although they said it wasn’t their fault they were just doing it because the legal costs were getting too expensive.. Back to the stockyards though, One really interesting fact, after being there for 120 years, the stockyards moved their location the year after the outbreak Did they know about something we didn’t? Maybe a lot of diarrhea building up, maybe a lot of manure that ended up getting flushed in at that point? Who knows??? Either way, they got the hell outta dodge ..but actually they ended up moving to Dodge County West.. that’s.. kind of awkward, but it definitely cleared them of any future liabilities! Though it’s never presented as the main culprit in any of the literature, we have to look at the possibility that the whole outbreak may have been caused from human waste contamination there a few points that make human waste much less likely of a culprit than animal waste, the first of which is that that human waste from Milwaukee would have needed to to contain enough of these oocysts to infect 400,000 people to have so many cysts that half the people that drank that water, got it because there was no previous Cryptosporidium outbreak it would be hard to believe that there would be enough humans to harbor that much Cryptosporidium to create that massive quantity of oocysts that would then enter the water system, not likely. By contrast, the stockyard saw 100,000 calves which are again, commonly infected and 300,000 total bovines in a year that’s a massive poop source. the human waste was also treated in a waste water treatment plant, and because the sewage system is constantly flowing yeah, a large influx of rain might clear out more of it, but it just isn’t an argument as to why that would be a massive increase And, another interesting point from this study, in 2003 And we’re not just talking about developing countries because of Cryptosporidium’s chlorine resistance, we’re also talking about developed nations So with all of this information combined, I think we can say with a pretty high level of certainty That this massive infection of 400,000 people was due to the farming, the selling, and possibly the killing of animals. At least all of those little innocent veal calves might have gotten a little bit of revenge. Although obviously not all 400,000 people deserved it In the end in fact 50 to 100 people, depending on the estimate actually passed away and those were mostly immunocompromised people, like people with AIDS. But at this point you might be thinking: “Mic, isn’t this actually the fault of the city? It’s the fault of the water treatment plant?” Video: “And it happened with a fully functional treatment process.” “Operating properly, and meeting all current regulatory standards.” Woman in Video: “They didn’t do anything wrong.” “They did the best with the tools that they had,” “and the expectations for water treatment at the time.” “They were conventional treatment plans. Tried and true.” “The format’s been used all over the country, all over Canada, all over the world.” “And it has worked well.” “But it didn’t work in this case.” Well, things actually did go wrong, But A.) the original source of it was the animal poop, and B.) how much poop are we expected to filter out? After all, from this government paper livestock alone in the U.S. poops 39 billion humans worth of solid waste. And, that’s a lot to deal with. We’re seeing massive costs being put into water treatment because of animal agriculture, like Like Des Moines in Iowa having to spend millions of dollars to filter out the nitrates from all the animal poop so people can drink the water. And naysayers might also be thinking: Naysayer: “Mic, that was 1993, that was in the past, this isn’t a concern AT ALL today!” N O P E WROOONG WRONGITY WRONG WRONG WRONGERSON Here’s a list of the top 10 food born pathogens and they are virtually all from animal products and the ones that aren’t exclusively from animal products are likely from foods with animal products because these are animal targeting pathogens that feed on animal flesh and so forth. they do not eat…oak.. ..and…leaves.. So while this Milwaukee thing was a great history lesson, we are dealing with MILLIONS AND MILLIONS of cases food born illness from farming and killing animals as well I mean look at the recent Romaine Recall, that wasn’t because of some ~Romaine Disease~ that we could also get, that was because their was animal poop contaminating it animal farming managed to briefly ruin LETTUCE definitely let me know what you think down below Was it the stockyards? Was it the slaughterhouse? Or am I wrong and it was human waste? Story time is over, I hope you never get Cryptosporidium Feel free to like, subscribe, hit that notification bell, and I will see you in the next video.