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I just recovered from a serious case of Dengue Fever. From what I know Dengue Fever does not spread like the other fevers. If a mosquito bites a Dengue Infected person and then bites you, the Dengue Fever is spread to you.


Dengue fever is a flu-like illness spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a severe, often fatal, complication of Dengue fever.


you get dengue if you bited by some mosquitoes named Aedes aegypty (the female ones) that has been biten someone who has a bunch of dengue viruses inside their blood. its like a MLM virus franchise


Dengue is a dangerous disease of poor countries Like Zardari hence it is more prevalent in Pakistan.


I guess like a normal mosquito bite! (:


Dengue fever is a flu-like infection. The virus is spread by mosquitos. The pathogen that causes the virus is an arbovirus.


conlusion of dengue fever?


we get malaria and dengue by mosquitoes


the diagnosis for Dengue Fever is Dengue Fever. Diagnosis is in no way synonimous with symptoms.


Dengue fever is caused by one of four viruses known as dengue viruses. Dengue viruses 1 - 4 are members of the Flavivirus genus and Flaviviridae family. The scientific name for the virus is "dengue virus 1" or "dengue virus 2" or "dengue virus 3" or "dengue virus 4". The medical term for the disease caused by these viruses is known as "dengue fever". In some persons, an initial case of dengue fever can develop into a potentially fatal disease known as "dengue hemorrhagic fever/dengue shock syndrome." There are specific signs and symptoms required to diagnose these.


It is called dengue virus.


The prevention of dengue fever requires control or eradication of the mosquitoes carrying the virus that causes dengue.There is currently no vaccine available for dengue fever.


Yes , dengue is deadly. BE CAREFUL


what are the cause ang effect of dengue


You pronounce it "den-gay". Like in "den gay fever".


Den'-gey (Den as in a fox's den and the "ey" in gue is as in key)


Dengue fever is are acute febrile diseases which occur in tropics. Dengue fever is a disease transmitted by a mosquito bite


Dengue fever is caused by a virus, the Dengue virus (DENV).


Dengue fever is transmitted by the bite of an Aedes mosquito infected with one of the four dengue viruses.


There are no long term effects of Dengue fever. Occasionally, it develops into Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever or Dengue Shock Syndrome which can cause death if not treated.


Dengue fever also known as breakbone fever, is an infectious tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Dengue is transmitted by the mosquito, Aedes aegypti, which acts as the vector in transmitting the dengue virus. The mosquito gets infected by the dengue virus when it bites a person who has dengue or DHF. For about a week the virus multiplies inside the mosquito, after which it bites a healthy person, who soon develops symptoms of dengue fever.


When you get dengue fever, your blood weakens in its clotting capabilities. This is to purge your body of your own human blood and is a critical step in your morphosis to a human-like mosquito.


Dengue is a flu-like viral disease that is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito (Aedes mosquito). It occurs in the tropical regions of the world and cases in the US are mainly travelers returning from abroad, although, risk is growing for people living along the Texas-Mexico border. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a severe and fatal complication of dengue.


As of now, there are no specific dengue treatments and the best is symptomatic treatment. Taking plenty of rest in bed, drinking lots of fluids and maintaining a healthy diet can help a great deal in managing dengue symptoms. The symptoms like fever and aches and pains that accompany dengue fever are treated with separate medications to provide relief to the patient from related sufferings. In case you suffer from dengue hemorrhagic fever, hospitalization is the only option where supportive treatments like intravenous fluids are administered to prevent shock. For more information about dengue fever and its treatment, see the related links section below.




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