Am I allowed to donate blood if I have dengue fever?

HAVE it or HAD it? If you are actively infected, then no, of course not, you would spread the viral infection. Once you are recovered from the infection, then you should be able to donate as with other viral infections.

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May I know after having dengue fever how long until I can donate blood to the others?

4 weeks. Ultimately it will depend on the rules in Malaysia. Most countries will allow you to donate blood again 4 weeks after you have completely recovered. Read more...
Your blood is fine n. The Dengue infection is cleared by the immune system of our body and it takes place quite fast , within one to 2 weeks as evidenced by appearance of antibodies against the virus. So you should be able to give blood sometime soon after you are feeling back to normal like 2-3 weeks after the infection related symptoms of Fatigue and fever have resolved. Read more...
American Red Cross. recommends deferring blood donations for 6 months if you have had Dengue Fever. “In most countries, donors who have been infected with dengue virus are deferred for periods of up to 6 months or even longer if they have received blood transfusions.” REF: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2713854/
REF: http://www.americanredcrossblood.org/faq.html. Read more...

What is the best way to increase blood platelets in dengue fever?

Platelet transfusion. There is no known medication to counteract the Dengue virus, so the treatments are aimed at the symptoms and signs. Medications are not available to raise platelet count. Should the count fall low enough that bleeding is a risk, platelet transfusion is the only option to address the problem. Read more...

I'm dengue fever positive. What can I do to increase my blood platelet level? Is there any food which I need to avoid?

Not likely. May not be dengue related , if there is no bleeind or bruising an platlet count is above 100 , then may just need to wait it out , should go to a blood specialist to make sure there is nothing else wnong. Read more...

My sister diagnosed of dengue fever she is now 4 months pregnant. Her blood got 27/150 and platelet drops low. Will it affect the baby and what effect?

It could. It depends on how severe her case is. Here is a lot of information. She should be considered as a higher risk pregnancy and treatment and close follow-up with her OB doc is crucial. See http://www.babycenter.in/a1013406/dengue-in-pregnancy. Read more...

In aftica. Could I have dengue fever?

Maybe. Dengue fever is endemic in parts of africa. It depends where you are and the conditions there. If you suspect dengue, see a doctor. Read more...
High Fever. According to the cdc suspect dengue if in an endemic area & you have high fever (i.e. 104 f) which presents with two of the following symptoms: muscle & joint pain, severe headches, intense pain behind the eyes, nausea, vomiting, swollen glands & rash. Severe dengue can lead to drop in body temperature, bloody gums or vomitus, severe abdominal pain, difficulty breathing & restlessness. Take care. Read more...
Foreign Travel. Depending on where you traveling you can be exposed to various diseases. Malaria would be my first concern. Would see a doctor as soon as posible. Read more...