Dengue Fever symptoms
Every year 100 million of dengue fever cases are occurs across the world. This fever is occurring particularly in the tropical regions. And also area where the greater risk of infection. Today we talk about Dengue Fever symptoms. Before that we also talk about the dengue fever.
Dengue fever: – Fever of dengue is an illness which spread by the Aedes Aegypti Mosquito. This fever can also be occurred by the one of four viruses of dengue which is closely related. Viruses of dengue fever are also related to yellow fever viruses and West Nile Virus infection.
Now also read the below information to know about the symptoms of Dengue Fever.
Dengue Fever symptoms: Sign and symptoms of dengue fever are generally started approximately within 4 to 7 days gone to the early infection. Kids and persons who have not experienced infection can include a milder illness than elder children and adults. Dengue Fever symptoms also includes the following symptoms.
Below are the Symptoms of Dengue:
- Suddenly high fever
- strong headache
- Swollen lymph glands
- Critical joint pain
- Critical Muscle pain
- Skin rashes
- Moderate to critical Nausea
- Moderate to critical vomiting
- Soft blooding from the nose or gums
- Soft bruising on the skin
Dengue fever complication
Sometimes this fever may also convert into a very critical and dangerous form. Those forms also lead to the development of life threatening symptoms. Following are also the dangerous form of the dengue.
- Dengue hemorrhagic fever
- Dengue shock syndrome
Below is the Complication which is cause due to dengue fever.
- Critical dehydration
- Continuous bleeding
- Low platelets, because of clotting of blood doesn’t occur
- Very low blood pressure
- Enlargement of liver and also liver damage
- Very slow heart beating
- Brain damage
- Immune system damage
Risk factors to develop Dengue hemorrhagic fever
- Antibodies to virus from earlier infection
- Age under the 12
- Being female
- Low immunity system
Symptoms of Dengue hemorrhagic fever
- Very high fever
- Lymphatic system damage
- Blood vessels damage
- Nose and gums bleeding
- Liver growth
- Circulatory system failure