General conditions of blood injury:
—From day of exposure: nausea, vomiting, general malaise.
—From 10th to 14th day: loss of hair, marked malaise, persistent fever, decrease of white blood cells, followed by anemia, decrease of blood platelets, gingivitis (bleeding gums), oropharyngitis, and skin perpura.
---In persons surviving over 20 days: drop of red cell count, but symptoms began to improve with gradual recovery of white cell and platelet counts.
Still, experts are skeptical that North Korea has the capability to build and detonate a hydrogen bomb. This isn’t even the first time they’ve claimed to do such a thing either. In January of 2016 they also claimed to detonate an h-bomb , but experts were skeptical then too. The notion of an h-bomb test is concerning, but it’s also possible North Korea tested what’s known as a “boosted atomic bomb.” These boosted bombs just add a little thermonuclear gas to the bomb’s atomic core , increasing the blast yield, but not nearly as much as a hydrogen bomb. They’re only about three times the blasting power as Little Boy. For now, we’ll have to wait and see what . reconnaissance can tell us in the coming days.