BAB Is Black When It Has Dengue Fever?
Hello … I am positive for platelet DB up to 93 thousand … but I am not hospitalized, my nutrition intake is correcting my 7 th platelets up to 175 thousand … after the 12 colors, my chapter changed to petis gt … what is my critical period, right now or at It’s still dangerous ??? and what should I do again … re-check the lab or how ??? thank you
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is the exact color of your chapter? Is it pale, reddish, blackish, or what?
Dengue hemorrhagic fever can indeed cause sufferers to experience a variety of bleeding symptoms, including bloody bowel movements, bleeding gums, recurrent nosebleeds, reddish skin rashes, easy bruising, and so on. In addition, typically, dengue fever will also make you experience fever up and down, weakness, nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness, and many other complaints depending on the severity.
Indicators of improving this condition can be assessed one of them by monitoring improvement of clinical symptoms and improvement of laboratory results (including an increase in platelets of more than 100000 cells per microliter of blood).
At first glance, judging from the results of your laboratory, your condition has improved a lot. Indeed, in people who are good immune systems, provided they are given the right treatment, dengue fever will often recover in 1-2 weeks. But unfortunately, you do not explain specifically what kind of color your BAB that resembles "petis" is. Therefore, it is difficult for us to determine whether there is still something you need to worry about or not.
The good, you consult this directly with your doctor or internist who treats you huh ..
In order for dengue fever to heal faster, you should:
Rest more, do not always do heavy activity
Drink more, at least 10 glasses a day
Eat a variety of nutritious foods
Live the treatment and control according to doctor's advice
Do not carelessly take other medicines without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...