Dengue Common Homeopathic Remedies

Dengue and severe dengue

Common Homeopathic Remedies A few homeopathic remedies have been identified to counter dengue based on individualization of symptoms.For prophylaxis, its important to choose few homeopathic drugs by careful observation that are specific to the epidemic. Such drugs are also termed as the Genus Epidemicus. This GE often varies from one …

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Dengue Symptoms and Diagnosis

Symptoms and Diagnosis An infected person shows - Sudden onset of fever Intense head ache Muscle and joint pains Pain behind eyeballs on moving eyes Diffuse rashes on skin. Many patients suffer from a sudden drop in the number of platelets that help with blood clotting (called Thrombocytopenia). Reduction in platelet cells causes hemorrhages or bleeding through gums and other delicate parts of the body. Bleeding can occur internally from stomach, liver and intestines. Patients with bleeding may go into Dengue Shock Syndrome. There may also be an increase in the concentration of blood (Hemoconcentration

Symptoms and Diagnosis An infected person shows – Sudden onset of fever Intense head ache Muscle and joint pains Pain behind eyeballs on moving eyes Diffuse rashes on skin. Many patients suffer from a sudden drop in the number of platelets that help with blood clotting (called Thrombocytopenia). Reduction in …

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Transfer of Dengue Virus

Transfer of Dengue Virus

Transfer of Dengue Virus Aedes mosquito becomes infected by feeding on a patient with dengue infection usually from the day before onset of dengue fever to the fifth day of illness. After an incubation period of about 8-10 days, the mosquito remains infective for life. The female mosquitoes pass on …

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Dengue Virus and the Vector

Virus and the Vector Dengue is acute viral infection caused by four types of viruses that are distinct yet closely related. Clinical observations reveal that infection with one virus generally bestows immunity against that particular virus and partial protection against the others. Epidemics are often endemic especially during monsoons and rainy season. The most important vector is the female mosquito of the urban species Aedes aegyptii commonly known as ‘tiger mosquito’ owing to the white stripes on its body. With the explosion of the urban global population, larger groups of people are being exposed to this mosquito. Tiger mosquitoes thrive where household water is stored and quite commonly breeds and lays eggs in stagnant water. These mosquitoes bite exclusively during daytime.

Virus and the Vector Dengue is acute viral infection caused by four types of viruses that are distinct yet closely related. Clinical observations reveal that infection with one virus generally bestows immunity against that particular virus and partial protection against the others. Epidemics are often endemic especially during monsoons and …

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Homeopathic remedies

Homeopathic remedies

Homeopathic remedies are available in TABLETS, PILLS, or LIQUID DILUTIONS. TABLETS are made in lactose and dissolve easily under the tongue. A limited number of remedies are available in tablet form. C POTENCES are not available in tablets. PILLS are sucrose based. The blank pills are medicated with the liquid …

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What is Homeopathy?

What is Homeopathy?

What is Homeopathy? Homeopathy is a system of medicine which involves treating the individual with highly diluted substances, given mainly in tablet form, with the aim of triggering the body’s natural system of healing. Based on their specific symptoms, a homeopath will match the most appropriate medicine to each patient. …

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