Warning Signs of Dengue Fever

Dengue mosquito

Dengue fever is a virus. It is also known as break bone fever or dandy fever. It is spread by the bite of certain type of mosquitoes. It is painful. Each year, around 100 million cases of dengue fever occur worldwide. Here are some symptoms of dengue fever, which usually begin 4 to 6 days after infection and last for up to 10 days, these symptoms are:

High Fever:

The most common symptom of dengue is the fever. The onset of a fever is a higher than normal body temperature. It is the symptom of an illness. Mostly fever due to an infection. A sudden fever is one of quick onset in a patient who was otherwise feeling well. If fever above 104°F than go to the doctor because it’s dangerous. May be it is the symptom of dengue.

Severe Headache:Headache

Headache are one of the most common symptoms that can be experienced almost everyone. But Sometime it is the dangerous symptom of dengue. Headache are usually keep lasts two to seven days. The pain may come and goes away.

Vomiting:  Vomit

Usually, vomiting is harmless, but it can be a sign of a more serious illness and may be it is the symptom of dengue fever. It is often called being sick to your stomach. You should call the doctor immediately when there is blood in the vomit because it is the sign of danger.

Pain Behind the Eyes:Eye pain

pain behind the eyes can feel like a dull ache or sharp intense pain. Eye pain or redness and changes in your vision may be signs of a problem that requires medical attention. When pain may continuously then may be it is the symptom of dengue fever.

Skin Rash:Skin rash

Rashes are caused by a wide range of conditions including allergies or various diseases. The skin may become itchy, bumpy, chapped, scaly or irritated. It is the symptom of dengue fever. The dengue fever rash commonly presents a few days after the initial onset of fever.There are three recognized Dengue rashes, often all appearing at some stage of the infection. That are: Petechial Rash, Bright Red Rash, Lesions.