Wednesday, 23 Oct 2019

When to test for Dengue Insurance

The Dengue season is now underway. Dengue-panic spread everywhere, whether fever or not, many leave the hospital for examination. Examining yourself. Some are confused by the results of the test. Some are testing again in more than one place. So it is good to know a little about the Dengue test. First of all, consult a doctor if there is a fever. Any fever is not dengue. Other common causes of fever, such as pneumonia, urinary tract infections, typhoid, flu, etc., are unknown if Dengue has been tested for self-examination.

This is more applicable to children and the elderly. More important than the test is the patient’s data, symptoms, symptoms, physical examination data. So let the doctor understand first. Second, dengue fever may result in different tests from the first day to the next 7 days. Therefore, the test itself can cause confusion. Remember exactly when the first fever came to help the doctor decide.

Dengue NS3 antigen is expected to be positive from the very first day of the fever. On the fourth or fifth day, however, it becomes negative again. So if the fever becomes more than four to five days, then there is no benefit to this test. In that case, the dengue IgM antibody test can be done. This time it will come out positive. Again, this negative report comes in the head of 3-5 days.

Then the IgG antibody shows positive. These things are complicated, so when to decide what to do, leave it to the doctor. Third, it is difficult to say for sure what percentage of dengue did not occur when dengue NS1 was negative. Decisions should be made on the basis of symptoms, symptoms and other test results. Many people see the NS1 positive in one lab one day or maybe two days later go to another lab and get a negative report. They became more confused.

Remember, the NS1 test is positive first and not negative after two days. Fourth, there are many other tests with dengue antigen or antibody, which is important. Such as white blood cells, hematocrit, germ, blood albumin, liver enzyme SGPT etc. Only by doing an antigen test can these unknown facts be left unknown.

Read tomorrow: Foods that increase the risk of cancer Question-and-Answer Question: Age 20. Aunt goes to a lot of blood. Sometimes it is 8-12 days. Hair falls, tiredness all the time. What should i do Answer: This may be due to thyroid hormone deficiency. In addition, there may be fibroid or other problems in the uterus. Excess bleeding can lead to fatigue, hair fall due to anemia. You should check your thyroid hormone, hemoglobin in the blood, an ultra sonogram, etc. Get advice from an expert. Dr. Tanjina Hosanna, hormone specialist

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