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What is the treatment for break-bone fever?

Dengue. Dengue or bone-break fever, is mosquito borne and distributed in tropical areas in both hemispheres. There is no real specific treatment. Read more...

Describe the features of break-bone (dengue) fever.?

Fever+head+limb pain. Denue fever is increasing world-wide. It is caused by a virus and spread by mosquitoes. Some suffer headache, fever, and extreme body pain (as if your bones are broken). Sometimes the infection can go on to internal bleeding. Treat the symptoms with acetaminophen, rest, and plenty of fluids. A vaccine is in research trials, so for now preventing daytime mosquito bites is only way to prevent it. Read more...
High Fever. According to the center for disease control & prevention, dengue fever can present with high fevers (i.e. 104 f) with accompanying symptoms like 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. Read more...

What are the tests for break-bone fever?

Antibody tests. Dengue fever is usually diagnosed presumptively based upon history and physical findings, and confirmed retrospectively by antibody testing. There is no current specific treatment available. Read more...

What are the symptoms of break-bone fever?

Brucellelosis. Fever and bone pains are the dominant symptoms of brucellosis/breakbone fever. Weakness, loss of appetite, muscle pains etc may be other symptoms. Read more...