Since the corona infection, the problem of fever, flu, and malaria or dengue among people is increasing rapidly. The risk of dengue increases during the summer season. Every year thousands of patients die due to dengue in India.
Many times people ignore dengue and malaria fever as normal or keep getting the wrong treatment. Dengue virus becomes dangerous within 3-4 days and the risk increases. Dengue disease can be fatal if treatment is delayed.That's why you should be aware of the symptoms and differences between dengue, malaria, and common flu. Let's know about it.
Difference Between Dengue And Malaria Symptoms
Simple fever is not as contagious as dengue disease but is often caused by changes in weather. But dengue is an infectious disease that is spread by the bite of a mosquito called Aedes. However, it does not spread by touching the patient, sitting near him, or eating with him. The problem of malaria is also caused by mosquito bites, let's know about the symptoms and differences between dengue, malaria, and common fever.
There are four different types of dengue virus. If a person is infected with one of these types of virus, then he is usually protected from that type of dengue virus for the rest of his life. However, with the other three types, it remains safe only for a short time. If he is infected with any of these three types of virus, then he is more likely to have serious problems. Dengue is usually of den1, den2, den3, and den4 serotypes.
Initially, dengue symptoms do not appear for 3 to 15 days.The patient may have a high fever, headache, and back pain. The patient has problems with joint pain. Change in the skin color Blood pressure becomes unbalanced from normal. Redness of eye color. Severe pain in the body. Loss of blood in the body with fever.
Symptoms of Malaria
Anopheles mosquito causes malaria. These mosquitoes breed in dirty and contaminated water which reaches us by flying. While the bite time of the dengue mosquito is before sunset, the malaria-carrying mosquito bites after sunset.Severe headache. Vomiting or nausea. Feeling weak and tired. Pain in the extremities, especially in the joints. Yellowing of the pupils of the eyes. Lack of blood in the body. Many flu-like symptoms, including high fever. Fever subsides on sweating. Strong shivering with cold.
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