It is a virus that is spread by mosquitoes and is present worldwide, mainly in cities and semi-cities. In the case of dengue, this virus is called dengue virus (DENV). Infected individuals can get DENV four times since there are four different serotypes.

Even though most DENV infections only produce mild symptoms, DENV can also cause an acute flu-like illness, according to experts at Best Blood Testing Lab in Meerut. In rare cases, this can lead to a potentially fatal complication called severe dengue. Many Asian and Latin American countries suffer from severe dengue-related illnesses and deaths. Medical professionals are needed to manage this condition.

What Causes Dengue?

A mosquito-transmitted virus can cause dengue fever, which is spread by one of four types. Dengue virus is transmitted to a mosquito by a bite from a person infected with it. The virus is transmitted to another person after a mosquito bite that person. When a person becomes infected a second, third, or fourth time, the chances of developing severe Dengue fever increase.

What are the Symptoms of Dengue?

Using multiple patients tested by experts at Shriram Pathology Lab who provide Best Lab Test in Meerut, the experts concluded that the primary symptoms of dengue appear three to 15 days after the mosquito bite which results as: 

  •   There is a high fever and a severe headache
  •   The eyes move with great difficulty because of the severe pain behind them
  •   Headache
  •   Muscle, bone, and joint pain
  •   High Fever
  •   Fatigue
  •   Nausea
  •   Pain behind the eyes
  •   Vomiting
  •   Skin rashes
  •   Swollen lymph glands
  •   Mild bleeding, such as bleeding gums or a nose bleed

The following symptoms may accompany severe dengue:

  •   Severe abdominal pain
  •   Persistent vomiting
  •   Bleeding from gums or nose
  •   Blood in the urine, stools, or vomit
  •   Rapid breathing
  •   Irritability or restlessness
  •   Fatigue
  •   Clammy skin

In case you experience any of these symptoms then get your blood tested at Best Blood Testing Lab in Meerut or your nearest location to begin the treatment as soon as possible so the virus can be treated properly. If you have any questions feel free to contact Shriram Pathology.