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Warning Signs of Dengue Fever in a Child

The dengue virus spreads through mosquito bites. Dengue, also known as break-bone fever, is typically found in tropical regions of the world, especially during the monsoon season when the climate is warm and muggy.

The Aedes mosquito, which can be found globally in tropical and subtropical regions, is the primary vector of dengue disease. An Aedes mosquito becomes a carrier of the dengue virus when it bites a person who has the disease. Although the virus cannot be passed from one person to another directly, the Aedes mosquito does. This mosquito can contract the dengue virus when it bites another person.

Adults, children, and members of any other group can all contract the virus. However, because they play outside and are less knowledgeable about the specifics of these mosquito bites, children are more prone to contract the disease. Find out more about dengue fever in kids and what parents should do here.

Symptoms of Dengue Fever in Children

Although dengue fever in young children is typically mild, children who have previously had infections may experience moderate or severe symptoms. Indicators and symptoms of dengue fever include:

  • Abrupt onset of a fever
  • A lack of or inadequate responsiveness to fever-relief measures
  • Terrible headache
  • Eye Pain
  • Reduced appetite
  • Different bodily parts having rashes, Pain in the muscles, joints, and bones
  • Readily bruising
  • Slight bleeding from the gums or nose
  • Nausea and vomiting


Dr. B. Lal Clinical Laboratory provides some tests for the first detection of Dengue


Dengue Antibody IgM ELISA

Dengue Antibody IgG ELISA

Dengue Antibody IgM & IgG ELISA

Dengue NS1 ELISA

Dengue NS1 Antibody IgM & IgG ELISA



CBC (Complete Blood Count)


  • These precautions must be done both inside and outside the home because the first mosquito vectors bite throughout the day.
  • Wear long sleeves and close your windows to keep mosquitoes out of your home.
  • Regularly monitor your surroundings for locations with standing water.
  • Using personal defences like window screens, repellents, coils, and vaporizers within the home.


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