Differences In Symptoms Of DHF And Typhus?
Thank you very much for the information and input. whether this is the beginning of the symptoms of DHF. or symptoms of tyfus. naudzubilla … thank you
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As we have explained in your previous thread, it is true, your various complaints can arise due to infection, including Dengue fever (DHF, dengue hemorrhagic fever) or typhoid fever (typhus).
Dengue fever is caused by a dengue virus. This virus is transmitted through the bite of Aedes mosquitoes, especially Aedes aegypti. Clinical symptoms that arise due to this disease can vary, ranging from fever, chills, headaches, dizziness, pain behind the eyeball, muscle and joint pain, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, to bleeding symptoms, such as nosebleeds, bleeding gums, rashes reddish skin, vomiting blood, and so on.
Meanwhile, typhoid fever occurs due to Salmonella typhi bacterial infection. The disease is often transmitted through the oral fecal route, which is due to consuming food or drink that is contaminated with faeces of other typhus sufferers. Symptoms that appear generally include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, bowel obstruction, decreased appetite, weakness, and so on.
It is not enough to make a diagnosis of your complaints just by giving a brief description relating to the complaint you are experiencing. You also need to get yourself checked directly by a doctor or internist in order to have a comprehensive physical examination. If based on examination by a doctor also suspects that you have Dengue fever or typhoid fever, often the doctor will recommend that you undergo laboratory tests using blood samples, feces, or other supporting examinations. If it is true that you are experiencing this disease, treatment can be done by giving several types of drugs, to hospitalization in the hospital in more severe conditions.
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