The Dengue Fever is amosquito borne disease, and over the years, it has become an increasinglycommon problem in developing nations. The dengue fever is caused by the denguevirus, which is carried by the Aedes Mosquito. While it has been observed thatthe dengue fever is treatable with proper medical care, it can be fatal if itgoes untreated.   

Some of the common symptoms of the dengue fever can be : 

1. High Fever 

2. Headache 

3. Vomiting 

4. Muscle and JointPain 

5. Skin Rashes 

While these symptoms may or may not necessarily point out towards Dengue, it is advisable to get yourself checked for dengue at Bansal Global Hospital in Azadur, Keval Park,Narela, Badli or Neo Kidz Clinic in Pitampura, Rohini, Punjabi Bagh ifyou are experiencing one or more of these symptoms. 

However, these are the earlysymptoms of the disease. Sometimes people tend to overlook them, and itdevelops into a more serious form of Dengue, where the symptoms can be: 

1. Bleeding 

2. Low levels of bloodplatelets 

3. Blood plasma leakage 

4. Low blood pressure.

Please a doctor at Bansal Global hospital in Pitampura or Neo Kidz Clinic in Pitampura immediately if you have any symptoms of dengue. 

One must keep in mind thatdengue is a dangerous disease and they should immediately seek medical helpduring the early symptoms itself. 

Precaution is always better than cure. 

What Causes Dengue: Medical records have shown that the dengue virus isspread mainly by  the Aedes Aegypti mosquito. These mosquitos are known to bite early in the morning and late in the night. 

Infections can be acquired bya single bite! Prevention: The dengue virus, one of the most dangerous diseasescaused by mosquitoes, can be prevented by proper care. 

The simplest way to staysafe from this disease is to ensure that mosquitos do not breed in your surroundings. 

1. Keep your windows closed! Do not let the mosquitos enter your surroundings. 

2. Eat plenty of garlic! Mosquitos have been known to be repelled by garlic (keeping in mind religioussensitivities). 

3. Use mosquitos repellant sprays 

4. Ensure that there’s no uncovered collection of stagnated water nearby.  

Follow these steps say no to dengue this season and forever 

Dr Bimla Bansal, Senior Obs Gynae Consultant, Bansal Global Hospitaland Fortis Hospital

Dr Neha Bansal, MBBS MD Gold Medalist, Child specialist at Neo Kidz Clinic in Pitampura, 

Bansal Global Hospital, Jaipur Golden Hospital 9911052494