Fever After Being Bitten By A Nyamauk, Do I Catch Dengue?
I was bitten by a mosquito on May 31, the mosquito that bit me bitten around the first bite, then today I have a fever, do I have DHF symptoms? How do you tell the difference between a common fever or any other fever? R n r nThank you ..
Mosquito bites do not always cause dengue fever. Mosquito bites often cause red bumps on the skin and are accompanied by itching. Mosquito bites that can cause dengue fever are mosquitoes whose bodies contain the dengue virus. Dengue fever is a disease caused by the dengue virus, transmitted due to being bitten by the Aedes aegypti mosquito that contains the dengue virus. Symptoms of fever fluctuate more than 3 days, on day 4 or 5 or 6 sometimes the fever goes down but at this time the body's condition is falling or the critical phase of dengue fever itself. Besides fever, it can also cause other symptoms that don't have to be all there, such as:
headache, joint / body pain, muscle aches / aches, flu bone pain, bleeding such as nosebleeds, bleeding gums, bleeding spots on the skin, nausea, vomiting There are many causes of fever besides dengue fever, usually following the process of infection, both viral infections, or bacteria, or inflammation in the body. First you need to determine whether what you are experiencing is a fever or feeling unwell due to fatigue or the effects of the weather. Checking a fever or not by measuring it with a temperature measuring device that is sold freely in pharmacies called a thermometer. Normal body temperature is 36.5-37.5 degrees Celsius, an increase in body temperature above 37.5 degrees Celsius indicates you have a fever.
Some of the things you need to do for initial handling include:
take fever-reducing drugs such as paracetamol, get enough rest, drink lots of water, it is recommended that at least 2 L per day eat lots of vegetables and fruit eat nutritious food avoid sleeping too late check your condition further to the doctor if the fever persists for more than 3 days to determine the cause surely the condition you are experiencing needs to be checked, you should do an examination directly to the doctor, in addition to direct examination, additional examinations are also needed such as blood tests. Here is an article that you can read fever, dengue fever.
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