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No treatment: No specific antiviral agents exist for dengue.
Supportive care is advised: Patients should be advised to stay well hydrated and avoid aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid), aspirin-containing drugs, and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as ibuprofen) because of their anticoagulant properties.
Fever should be controlled with acetaminophen and tepid sponge baths.
Febrile patients should avoid mosquito bites to reduce risk of further transmission.
For those who develop severe dengue, close observation and frequent monitoring in an intensive care unit may be required.
Prophylactic platelet transfusions in dengue patients are not beneficial and my contribute to fluid overload.
Administration of corticosteroids has no demonstrated benefit and is potentially harmful to patients; corticosteroids should not be used except in the case of autoimmune-related complication (e.g., hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, immune thrombocytopenia purpura).
Page last reviewed: 03 May 2019
The failure for almost 100 years on the part of modern medicine to defeat dengue fever, in any of its onset phases begins with No treatment: –end of story FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS.
We can be thankful, and hopeful, scientifically supported natural healthcare providers, along with natural medicines, many of which are plant/food based move on to proven (time & time again) treatments and cures for dengue fever.
The long standing and deadly myth – “There is no cure for dengue fever”, is a falsehood that allows long term painful human sufferings, huge medical bills, and deaths of innocent young children. There is no shortage of information to refute this killing myth.
When reading anything relating to natural medicine, the words cure/cures has been restricted/intimidated for usage by health authorities who play down the accomplishments of anything related to natural practitioners or medicines.
The words remedy/remedies/treatment/treatments has been grudgingly allowed to be used when addressing the amazing accomplishments of natural practitioners and medicines.
For seven years we’ve stuck close to the PLX cure because there is no shortage of scientific research. This by no means should avoid our learning of the other plant/food cures yet to have the same results of conquering dengue fever, stated as a home treatment too. Wake up and smell the roses while we can.
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8 Surprising Home Remedies For Dengue Fever |
by John Staughton (BASC, BFA) last updated 26 November 2019
Medically reviewed by Afshan Shadman Ali (Msc, CDE) (Evidence Based)
Papaya leaves are widely known as being a natural cure for dengue fever. The complex mix of nutrients and an organic compound called papain (also known as papaya proteinase) found in raw papayas can cause a rise in your platelet count, the high levels of vitamin C also help to stimulate the immune system, and the antioxidants help to reduce oxidative stress and eliminate excess toxins in the blood. The leaves can be crushed and then strained with a cloth to drink the pure juice. Preparations of the raw fruit, ripe fruit slices, can also be had.
Concluding Part 1
Remember CDC – FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, the guiding words,
No treatment: No specific antiviral agents exist for dengue; –papaya leaf extract has very high levels of vitamin C, viruses can not survive in the presence of high levels of vitamin C. This will be continued, its the only way to fight and end this myth, but most of all. With your help… Start with a comment on this posting.