What Are The Symptoms Of Dengue Mosquito Bite?
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Dengue Fever (or which is often called the common people with DHF, dengue fever) is a disease whose cause is Dengue virus infection. This virus can spread from sufferers to other people, through mosquito bites, especially the Aedes mosquito. After being bitten by an Aedes mosquito containing the Dengue virus, clinical symptoms of Dengue fever can usually be observed after 4 to 10 days later. The emergence of clinical symptoms of dengue fever is not influenced by how many mosquito bites on your body, but mainly by your immune system, the type of dengue virus that infects, and your general health history.
If you experience symptoms of dengue fever, for example fever, dizziness, headache, muscle and joint pain, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, skin rashes, nosebleeds, black bowel movements, bleeding gums, etc., you should not stay silent. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine in order to do the right treatment. Usually, the diagnosis of dengue fever is made after the doctor has conducted in-depth interviews, a thorough physical examination, and several supporting tests, for example a laboratory test. Handling of dengue fever is primarily focused on fluid therapy, improvement of complaints, as well as efforts to increase the patient's immune system in order to ward off the virus optimally.
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