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Dengue fever prevention - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   what is dengue fever?

Doctor :   It is a viral fever which can be spread by mosquitoes
Doctor :   It can cause hemorrhagic symptoms in children like gastrointestinal bleed by causing platelet destruction
User :   owh :|

Doctor :   in adults it can cause fever with back pain which normally called break bone fever
Doctor :   in children it is called as dengue hemorrhagic fever /dengue shock syndrome in sever stages
User :   oh i see...

Doctor :   so we can avoid dengue by taking proper measures
Doctor :   like avoid mosquito bites
User :   how to avoid?
User :   oh
Doctor :   and keep your surroundings clean
Doctor :   by using mosquito repellents
Doctor :   and mosquito nests
Doctor :   is there anything else can i help ?

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