Dengue fever, also known as breakbone fever is a vector-borne disease, caused by four different viruses and spread by female Aedes mosquitoes. The common symptoms include muscle, bone and joint pain, rashes, high fever, throbbing headache, vomiting and feeling nauseous. These symptoms may range from mild to severe. But what if we say that after being infected by the dengue, its implication on your health could last a little longer after your recovery. That is true!
There is no vaccine or specific treatment available to treat dengue. Your doctor may recommend you to take plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration from vomiting and a high fever. But this disease breaks down your immunity and our body has to suffer for a while after the recovery. Here are 5 common side effects of dengue.