Adults are getting inflicted by dengue and it is on a rise which is causing a lot of tension among them. Pregnant women are also not outside the purview of this rising concern and in fact, a dengue-affected pregnant woman is on the verge of a bigger risk. The symptoms displayed by a pregnant patient are similar to that of a non-pregnant one. Unlike
As such, there is no vaccine available for dengue fever in advanced countries such as Canada. The first of its kind was approved in Mexico and research is being done on the others. This is a rather distressing development considering how the World Health Organization (WHO) has put 50 percent of the world at risk when it comes to contracting dengue.
Dengue fever is transmitted by an Aedes mosquito’s bite. In this case, the mosquito has itself been infected with the said virus as well. Upon biting the virus enters our bloodstream and infects us. This disease is not contagious, which means that it does not spread from one person to another. Normally, the symptoms show themselves following four