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Dengue igm positive 15days back
Dengue igm is positive 15days back and igg and NS1 is negative but I have weekness still now, but No fever,No headache, No platelets drop r WBC drop what action can I take now....
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Hello. Very Good afternoon. I'm Dr.Yogesh Kr Sharma. Yes I'm totally agreed with the previous answer to your query. You just need lot of fluids & strict bedrest. That's all besides fruits & light diet. Take care and have a hasty recovery soon. Bye.
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Hello, If you had dengue fever 15 days back and since now everything is settled but still the effect of that viral fever is there then you don't have to worry.  Believe me since I myself has been through this..  You will have bodyache and generalised weakness for few days. Nothing special you have to do just take multivitamin tablet, good food, fruits that's it. You will be fine soon. Hope this might be helpful to you.
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Keep good hydration. Drink at least 2-3 liters of liquid.
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