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The Symptoms and the Main Cause of Dengue Disease

The Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever or Dengue disease makes the sufferer feel the tremendous pain and hurt the bone. Dengue disease is caused by virus that is transmitted through the bites of Aedes Aegypty. The estimation that there are more than one million cases of this fever happened worldwide. Some of them are the endemic and it may affect thousands of people in a very short time.

The symptoms of the dengue fever can be seen in 3 until 4 days after the incubation period and it is usually began with the high fever. The high fever can reach the temperature until 40 up to 41 degrees Celsius. The incubation period is the time between the first time that the virus entered the body and until the first symptoms.

The main cause of DHF is the dengue virus. The virus spread to human being through the bites of the Aedes Aegypty. This means that dengue cannot be transmitted directly from one person to another without the intermediary mosquitoes. Aedes Aegypty mosquitoes usually breed in populated areas is high for example in big cities that have a moist and warm climate. The specific characteristics of the symptoms of dengue are the high fever up to 41 degrees Celsius, headache, joint pain, muscle, and bone.

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