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Have dengue fever, back and throat infection, gastric issues, weakness, high BP. How will I recover?

Hi Sir,
I am 27 yr old from India, i was having dengue fever 2-3 week back and throat infection too. i have taken lots of fluids at that time and recover at home only. I was not having any complication.
After POST Dengue i am having gastric issue and a lot of weakness. Due to that some time my heart beat fast and my blood pressure goes up around 140/100. I haven't felt High BP in my entire life.
I visited to doctor and he said i am alright and having no issue. He is saying don't afraid you are thinking too much. But after these problem my mind always thinks about my health and i felt weak. When i woke up in morning i felt very very weak.
Still after 2 week i am feeling very weak and even gas problem too (but not much). My question is how much time it take to recover from this condition.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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Hello,
Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

I have gone through your query and understand your concern.

Most of the people fully recover from dengue fever, although the weakness and fatigue may last for several weeks.

It may some more weeks to recover your normal health.
Because it is a life threatening infection.
Thank god for not being done any worst things.

It is very usual to have gastritis and other abdominal issues after recovery from fever.
It is most commonly by the Heavy dose pain killers and as well as by dehydration.
Take some antacids, proton pump inhibitors like pantaprazole just 20 minutes before food for a week.

My advise is to drink plenty of fluids, eat green vegetables and fruits, take rest for two more weeks and gain health before going to work.

Hope this helps.
Please reply for further queries.
Wishing you good health.
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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