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Dengue Rising Terror: Learn about its onset symptoms and how to treat it…

Dengue Rising Terror: Learn about its onset symptoms and how to treat it…;;;


Dengue is a type of fever that spreads from mosquitoes to the body. This fever, which is common in the beginning, can be fatal if it is not treated properly. Today we will tell you about dengue fever, symptoms, its treatment. In addition, we will talk about ways to prevent dengue.

When and how does dengue occur?


Dengue mosquitoes most commonly occur after rains, ie between July and October. This period is caused by dengue female Aedes aegypti mosquito bites. These mosquitoes are different from other mosquitoes because they have a leopard-like impression on the body of dengue mosquitoes. These mosquitoes are most active in the morning. The mosquitoes are active at dusk as well. Female Aedes Egypt mosquitoes cannot fly higher altitudes.

Dengue virus is more common in the blood of patients suffering from dengue fever. When an AIDS mosquito bites a dengue patient, the mosquito sucks the patient's blood. Dengue virus also enters the mosquito's body along with the patient's blood. Then when this bites another person, then that person also becomes debilitated. In a person who has dengue mosquitoes, the symptoms of dengue fever appear three to five days later. Dengue fever may remain in the patient's body for three to ten days.

There are three types of dengue fever:


1. Classical (common) dengue fever,
2. Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF).
3. Dengue shock syndrome (DSS).

The second and third types of dengue fever are the most dangerous of these three types of dengue fever. In general dengue there is no life threat. It disappears within a few days. But if anyone has DHF or DSS, the patient should be treated immediately. Otherwise, these two types of dengue fever can cause a person's life. DHF and DSS types of dengue fever are very difficult to identify.

Common Dengue Fever Symptoms:


- Sounds cool at first. Then suddenly there is a lot of fever.
- Body parts cause a lot of pain in the head, muscles and joints in the body.
- There is pain in the back of the eyes, which can be exacerbated by eye movements and pressure.
- Dengue fever makes the patient feel weak in the body, not feeling hungry, the taste of the mouth worsens. It also relieves sore throat.
- Red and pink bruises begin to appear on the body. These bruises are especially found on the face, neck, and chest.
- Classical means that common dengue fever lasts about five to seven days. Then the patient is healed.
The most common dengue fever is most common during July to October.

Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF):

- Blood drain from nose and throat.
- Blood clots in the pouch or vomiting.
-Some large brown or black colors appear on the body.
-If these symptoms occur with common dengue fever, you should have a blood test first.
Dengue Shock Syndrome (DSS) .:

This type of dengue fever also features symptoms of grief along with DHF such as….

-Skin cools down when the patient has a high fever. The patient experiences a lot of anxiety.
- The patient gradually loses consciousness.
- The patient's blood pressure drops drastically. When there is a slight increase or decrease in the patient's placenta.
Note:

Of particular importance is the fact that patients often have multi-factor organ failure due to dengue fever. The current fluid inside the cells exits. Water begins to accumulate in the stomach. These organs stop functioning due to adverse effects on the lungs and liver.

Where should the test be performed?


If the patient has high fever, severe joint pain, jaundice and severe headaches, then the first dengue test should be done. If the dengue symptom does not appear and fever persists, the physician should advise. If there is anything suspicious to the doctor, he or she will advise you to get an Aegean blood test (NS1) first for dengue. The cost of conducting this test for the first time can cost around one thousand to fifteen rupees.

If dengue comes in the first test, it remains positive. However, after three or four days, the cost of taking the test is six hundred to fifteen. It is better to have an anti-body test (dengue serology). When the dengue test is done, the total count of white blood cells and the different count. This test can detect the platelets count in the body. Dengue can be tested in most hospitals and labs. There is no need to worry about whether or not you eat while filing this report.

Role of Platelets:


The number of platelets in the body of a normal healthy person is about one-half to one-half the platelets count. The main task of these platelets is to prevent bleeding. When these platelets become less than one lakh, the chances of dengue are very high. In many patients, platelets are low due to dengue, but this is not necessarily the case in all patients. Bleeding does not occur if the platelets are less than one lakh, but the patient should be hospitalized. Because platelets can prevent bleeding until the count is fifty thousand. If the platelets become less than twenty thousand, the body begins to bleed. And the patient needs to have platelets mounted. Therefore, whenever the platelet count in the body decreases by one lakh, the person should be admitted immediately. So that the doctor can manage the platelets as needed and save the patient.

Children are at greater risk of dengue fever.

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