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In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus

 
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In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
In Latin America, not only is it more likely to get the dengue fever, but it is even more deadly than coronovirus, with a mortality rate as high as 20%, when left untreated.

The dengue fever outbreak in several Latin American countries is proving more dangerous and contagious than the coronavirus, a disease that is wreaking havoc worldwide.

but of course mass media is quieter about this!!

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03/26/2020 12:54 AM
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I used to live in costa and got dengue. Had a 103 fever for 2 days and was hallucinating. Thought I was going to die. Crawled out of my condo to the street and passed out. Woke up in a hospital. Very scary. I was late 20s also. Dengue doesn’t discriminate age
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03/26/2020 01:11 AM
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mosquitoes are his servants
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03/26/2020 01:14 AM
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And we just got hit with those invisible dengue-carriers, aedes mosquitos here inland so cal. Shit.
Thank you for the reports, blessings.
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Even in India we have dengue pandemic every year.No proper treatment or medicine is available for it.It cures only after it has completed its cycle inside your body.

Only when winter sets in this disease goes away to return again in rainy season.

Do u have any proper treatment for it in s.america?
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I have had dengue, chikungunya, and zika. I had a weird dry cough in September-October and in hindsight a day of fever, though I attributed it to a 24-hour flu. The cough was strange. I couldn't cough up the phlegm, like it was attached. It also hurt certain back muscles to cough.

Dengue felt like death. I went through six sets of sheets in the first 48 hours, but I slept on the bathroom floor for three days because it was cool and it was that much easier to get to the toilet. Same with chickungnya. I could not tolerate the pain of the 8 steps to the toilet. I would not wish this pain on anyone.

Chickungunya is a bioweapon. It has a chemical-like energy that attacks older people worse than younger. I got it at 47. It took me four months before I could lift a coffee cup with one hand or grab it from the top with all of my fingers without intense pain. I had the occasional flare-up. Had to borrow my mom's cane at a county fair once. The flare up was instant. Also, "they" predicted a three year spread through Central American and miraculously the infected mosquitoes started with Panama and then worked their way up through Honduras over two years. Zika managed to get all of South and Central America in two years, even though only females can transmit, they need to bite a carrier and then a non-infected person. They also only travel about 400 s.f. Funny how that happens.
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
I used to live in costa and got dengue. Had a 103 fever for 2 days and was hallucinating. Thought I was going to die. Crawled out of my condo to the street and passed out. Woke up in a hospital. Very scary. I was late 20s also. Dengue doesn’t discriminate age
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78686588


I had it in Mexico.. 103.9 before I went to the hospital highest was 104.2 and it lasted exactly 7 days.. Of course I managed it with acetominiphine but that fever and the pain, combined with the insane symptoms was the WORST sickness I have ever suffered.. I was prepared to die. Horrid.. Tired for months after, and now whenever I get a slight fever or flu, some of the rare dengue symptoms return. I think it permanently affected my neurological system.. Horrible, would not wish it on ANYONE!
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
I have had dengue, chikungunya, and zika. I had a weird dry cough in September-October and in hindsight a day of fever, though I attributed it to a 24-hour flu. The cough was strange. I couldn't cough up the phlegm, like it was attached. It also hurt certain back muscles to cough.

Dengue felt like death. I went through six sets of sheets in the first 48 hours, but I slept on the bathroom floor for three days because it was cool and it was that much easier to get to the toilet. Same with chickungnya. I could not tolerate the pain of the 8 steps to the toilet. I would not wish this pain on anyone.

Chickungunya is a bioweapon. It has a chemical-like energy that attacks older people worse than younger. I got it at 47. It took me four months before I could lift a coffee cup with one hand or grab it from the top with all of my fingers without intense pain. I had the occasional flare-up. Had to borrow my mom's cane at a county fair once. The flare up was instant. Also, "they" predicted a three year spread through Central American and miraculously the infected mosquitoes started with Panama and then worked their way up through Honduras over two years. Zika managed to get all of South and Central America in two years, even though only females can transmit, they need to bite a carrier and then a non-infected person. They also only travel about 400 s.f. Funny how that happens.
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In my case of dengue I didn’t have the joint and bone pain, but I had severe pain behind my eyes that was crippling.. If i wanted to look at something I had to turn my whole body or head, because moving my eyes in any sideways direction felt like I was tearing muscles - extremely intense pain.. Also, my lips and forehead felt sunburnt, like 3rd degree burns.. I have shaved/short hair and rubbing my hand lightly across the hair on the front top of my head felt like a blowtorch being held to my skin.. extremely strange bodily pains and sensations that would appear and go away.. From dripping sweat to shaking like a hypothermic, and that change happened in mere seconds... I was taking hot showers, cold showers, constantly toggling heat and A/C, it was insane..

I also had occasional intense dry heaving and vomiting bile in the first couple days only.. On the seventh day, all pain and fever disappeared. Then it was just extreme fatigue for 3 weeks and I spent nearly 6 weeks doing not much at all in total after that fever.. 10x worse than any flu or the worst case of food poisoning...
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03/26/2020 01:59 AM
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
Even in India we have dengue pandemic every year.No proper treatment or medicine is available for it.It cures only after it has completed its cycle inside your body.

Only when winter sets in this disease goes away to return again in rainy season.

Do u have any proper treatment for it in s.america?
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Papaya leaf juice, or actually EXTRACT - meaning juice pressed from papaya leaves, will help raise the platelet levels like nothing else... Combine that with high-dose vitamin C and a few others such as IV fever reducer to mitigate the discomfort and greatly reduce the danger and suffering.. Unfortunately I learned these things after the fact..
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03/26/2020 02:09 AM
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
It's probably deadlier to live in a favela too.
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
Yes it is.

Also there were 390 million cases in 2019 according to Direct Relief Agency.

Yet the world did not shutter, makes one question?
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03/26/2020 02:41 AM
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
Dengue doesn't spread from human to human contact. Covid does. You can prevent Dengue by applying insect repellent. It's a lot harder to prevent Covid since it's highly infectious and the virus can linger for up to 3 days on various surfaces.

That's why they're locking down the planet. Wait a few months and Covid will have killed millions, dwarfing Dengue.
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
Even in India we have dengue pandemic every year.No proper treatment or medicine is available for it.It cures only after it has completed its cycle inside your body.

Only when winter sets in this disease goes away to return again in rainy season.

Do u have any proper treatment for it in s.america?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78686614


Papaya leaf juice, or actually EXTRACT - meaning juice pressed from papaya leaves, will help raise the platelet levels like nothing else... Combine that with high-dose vitamin C and a few others such as IV fever reducer to mitigate the discomfort and greatly reduce the danger and suffering.. Unfortunately I learned these things after the fact..
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These home remidies r known to us also.If we talk of modern allopathic medicine they donot have any definite treatment for it.I also got it in year 2008 and was hospitalised for few days.

R u really in US?I thought this disease occurs only in hot and humid third world countries.
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03/26/2020 03:28 AM
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
Even in India we have dengue pandemic every year.No proper treatment or medicine is available for it.It cures only after it has completed its cycle inside your body.

Only when winter sets in this disease goes away to return again in rainy season.

Do u have any proper treatment for it in s.america?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78686614


Papaya leaf juice, or actually EXTRACT - meaning juice pressed from papaya leaves, will help raise the platelet levels like nothing else... Combine that with high-dose vitamin C and a few others such as IV fever reducer to mitigate the discomfort and greatly reduce the danger and suffering.. Unfortunately I learned these things after the fact..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75610937


These home remidies r known to us also.If we talk of modern allopathic medicine they donot have any definite treatment for it.I also got it in year 2008 and was hospitalised for few days.

R u really in US?I thought this disease occurs only in hot and humid third world countries.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78686891


Yes but I spend a lot of time in Southern Mexico and got it there about 6 years ago...
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
Dengue doesn't spread from human to human contact. Covid does. You can prevent Dengue by applying insect repellent. It's a lot harder to prevent Covid since it's highly infectious and the virus can linger for up to 3 days on various surfaces.

That's why they're locking down the planet. Wait a few months and Covid will have killed millions, dwarfing Dengue.
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Harder to avoid insects than people.
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Re: In Latin America, Dengue is deadlier than Coronavirus
In Latin America, not only is it more likely to get the dengue fever, but it is even more deadly than coronovirus, with a mortality rate as high as 20%, when left untreated.

The dengue fever outbreak in several Latin American countries is proving more dangerous and contagious than the coronavirus, a disease that is wreaking havoc worldwide.

but of course mass media is quieter about this!!

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78674799


Dengue does not require an ICU, this is the difference between dengue, flu and COVID19.
If you want to compare and be fair, then compare COVID19 to diseases that require ICU and that increase exponentially to the point that in 3 months they will compromise the entire population of the planet.





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