Dengue Fever  Symptoms,  Transmission and Recovery

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Dengue fever symptoms,transmission

Dengue Fever  Symptoms,  Transmission and Recovery 

Introduction  of dengue fever

Dengue fever is a viral infection. An infected mosquito transmits the disease to humans through its bite. The main vector for this disease is Aedes aegypti and, to a lesser extent, Aedes aegypti. Arbopictus.Dengue virus (DENV) causes dengue fever.

Symptoms of dengue fever

The most common symptom of dengue fever is fever with either nausea or vomiting. Rash pain (pain in the eyes, typically in the muscles, joints, or bones behind the eyes)

Dengue fever symptoms,transmission
Aedes aegypti mosquito, Dengue fever symptoms, transmission, and recovery

 Dengue fever’s Geographical  presence

The disease is common in many popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean (including Puerto Rico), Central and South America, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific Islands. In the United States, some states with hot, humid climates and Aedes mosquitoes regularly experience localized cases and limited spread of dengue fever.,body%20aches%2C%20nausea%20and%20rash.

 If the dengue test is positive or negative

During the acute phase of dengue virus infection, the detected virus is NS1. NS1 testing can be as sensitive as molecular testing during the first 0-7 days of symptoms. After day 7, NS1 testing is not recommended. A positive NS1 test result indicates dengue infection but does not provide serotype information.

How dengue fever spreads

An infected Aedes aegypti mosquito transmits the Dengue virus to humans (Ae. aegypti or Ae. albopictus). These are the same species of mosquitoes that spread Zika virus and Chikungunya virus. Dengue fever does not spread directly from person to person.  Mosquitoes can infect people with dengue fever. Humans can transmit infections from one country to another or from one region to another. It is at stages when the virus is circulating and multiplying in the blood system.

when you are in recovery from Dengue fever

Recovery depends on the severity of the illness and the treatments prescribed during the febrile and severe stages. The onset of recovery can be identified by: patient improvement. Gradual reabsorption of extravasated fluid (e.g., by plasma extravasation) over 48 to 72 hours

Friendly food for Dengue fever patient

Foods rich in vitamin C, such as amla, papaya, and orange juice, act as a natural treatment for dengue fever, boosting antibodies that speed healing and recovery. Easily digestible foods such as green vegetables, apples, bananas, soups, granola, and herbal teas are just a few examples.

Dengue Recovery Tips

  1. Drink excess of water. Drink plenty of fluids (water, isotonic drinks, fruit juices, soups) to stay hydrated.
  2. Control your symptoms. Taking paracetamol relieves fever and joint pain. …
  3. Avoid bleeding.
  4. Foods to eat and avoid, Some foods are a no-go when you have dengue. You should avoid eating unhygienic, spicy, or oily food. Eat things that are easily digestible and have a good effect on your body. Abstain from drinking beverages that contain caffeine.

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