There is a risk of many types of diseases in the month of October. In fact, during these months, the rains slowly diminish and the cold season begins. The water that has fallen in the month of September remains stagnant and becomes dirty..dirty. Moreover, many bacterial and viral diseases are likely to increase in the months of October. There is a possibility of spread of diseases in the month of September. But let’s know which diseases are spread in this month of October.
Diseases in September-October
The fear of dengue fever spread is seen in many people these days. It is high in September and October. The disease is transmitted by the bite of a female Aedes mosquito. The number of platelets in the blood of patients suffering from this problem starts to decrease. In dengue you will experience high fever, pain in the eyes, pain in the neck, chest, loss of appetite and vomiting. Consult a doctor immediately if you experience such symptoms.
There is also a risk of Chikungunya outbreak in September and October. The disease is also spread by mosquito bites. Patients suffering from this disease have a fever of 104 degrees. In case of Chikungunya, symptoms like cold-cold and swelling in the body are seen along with fever. Consult a doctor immediately if such symptoms appear.
When the month of September-October begins, the fear of spreading malaria is very high. Patients suffering from this condition have high fever along with symptoms like shivering, headache, vomiting and sweating. Apart from this, patients may also experience muscle pain and diarrhoea.
Viral fever is also very high in September and October. Its symptoms are almost similar to dengue, chikungunya and malaria. That’s why many people get confused in viral fever. If you experience vomiting, high fever, nasal congestion, sore throat, pain, seek medical advice immediately.
The fear of getting flu due to influenza virus is also very high in September and October. The eyes of patients suffering from this problem appear very red. Apart from this, there is also pain and burning in the eyes.
(Note: The contents are for informational purposes only. It is provided as per the advice of health professionals. Consult a medical professional if you have any doubts.)
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