My Wife was hospitalized because of Dengue

@simplfred (10376)
Philippines
August 10, 2019 10:30pm CST
My Wife was hospitalized because of Dengue. For these reason all my activities online being stop. I'm glad that she is okay right now. Dengue is epidemic already here in our country. Last week my brother also suffered the same after him my wife. I hope there will be no other victim again in our family...
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@LadyDuck (236084)
• Switzerland
11 Aug
I am so sorry, how does she feel now? I hope they will find something to get rid of those mosquitoes.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
She's kinda okay right now... We already did some spraying. Hopefully, that works...
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@LadyDuck (236084)
• Switzerland
12 Aug
@simplfred We also have mosquitoes here, but for the moment they are not spreading Dengue.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@LadyDuck Good for you, my friend... Here in our country we are very worried about this disease.
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@Sojourn (6424)
• India
11 Aug
I heard that Dengue mosquitoes come out in the morning. This disease really knocks you down.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
11 Aug
As far as I know. They bite during the morning and afternoon also.
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@Sojourn (6424)
• India
11 Aug
@simplfred I meant to say the daytime
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@cacay1 (45354)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Aug
@simplfred dengue strikes from five o'clock in the morning up to eight, so better do not open your windows, doors and other openings at home. Let there be smoke all around your home,then that deadly mosquito attacks back from five o'clock in the afternoon up to seven o'clock in the evening. That is why it is necessary to have the 4:00 'o clock in the afternoon burning habit of dry leaves to drive away deadly mosquitoes that attack back at five .
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@rsa101 (21166)
• Philippines
11 Aug
Oh no! I am sorry that you your wife got it. Take care and make extra precautions on how to care for her and your surroundings as well. Rainy season just made mosquitoes spread fast.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
11 Aug
I agree... We've done some spraying some pesticide in our surrounding already.
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@rsa101 (21166)
• Philippines
11 Aug
@simplfred yes and be watchful on your kids too since they might also be infected.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@rsa101 Yeah, we are doubling our effort to protect them...
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@yoalldudes (10234)
• Philippines
11 Aug
Sorry to hear this. Ive heard this as well in the news? What is the treatment for dengue?
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
I think there is none approved right now. The best thing to do once being caught by dengue is to strengthen oneself.
@yoalldudes (10234)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@simplfred Maybe take sodium ascorbate (non acidic Vitamin C)?
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@yoalldudes Maybe that helps, my friend. I've bought my wife "Ensure" milk and "Pocari Sweat" as water. Also, "Itlog ng Pugo"... Malunggay leaves and Papaya as veggies.
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@Janet357 (23003)
11 Aug
it's a deadly disease but glad to hear your wife is out of it
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
11 Aug
Yeah, I'm glad that we've noticed it during its early stage.
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@Janet357 (23003)
12 Aug
@simplfred my husbad got.it when he was still single. he was clinging to life. but he never underwent blood transfusion. but his survival rate was 50-50.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@Janet357 I see... I'm glad that he manages the dengue well during those times. Gladly, my wife also did not undergo blood transfusion also...
@snowy22315 (72519)
• United States
11 Aug
I am so sorry for your wife. I know that can be a horrible disease.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Yeah, I am very nervous then. Luckily, she recovers so fast.
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@snowy22315 (72519)
• United States
12 Aug
@simplfred That is really good. Does that come from mosquito bites?
@Starkinds (8748)
• India
11 Aug
Omg. Please take care of her. In these days my place also viral Dengue.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
11 Aug
I see, maybe it is common especially here in Asia.
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@Starkinds (8748)
• India
11 Aug
@simplfred right.
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@CarolDM (36870)
• United States
11 Aug
I hope your wife is better soon.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Thank you, my friend...
@florelway (7208)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
12 Aug
I am sorry this happened in your family. Did you let them take tawa tawa or papaya leaves?
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
My parents boiled some tawa tawa but my wife did not take it. Not the papaya leaves but fruits and malunggay leaves also...
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@florelway (7208)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
12 Aug
@simplfred good she's fine now.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@florelway Yes, my friend..
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@Kasjnak (4174)
• Romania
11 Aug
I'm glad she's ok too, hopefully you won't have to deal with this disease again. Stay healthy and safe, take care!
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
I hope so, my friend. Thank you...
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@Kasjnak (4174)
• Romania
12 Aug
@simplfred yup, lately there are all kind of diseases, minor or severe, that keep popping up everywhere. I'm a little concerned about the world my son is gonna live in.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@Kasjnak I agree... Worrying won't help they've open stated but upon worrying we are doing some action also on how to prevent bad things...
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@JustBhem (60251)
• Davao, Philippines
11 Aug
Same here. A lot of mostly kids affected bu this. Thank God she is okay now.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Yeah, dengue becomes a big problem in our country that even the government cannot deny it.
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@JustBhem (60251)
• Davao, Philippines
12 Aug
@simplfred Even here it’s rampant. Thank God your wife is okay.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
@JustBhem Yeah... Hopefully, no more cases here or no more cases in our country...
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@arunima25 (24106)
• Bangalore, India
11 Aug
We too have this dengue cases in our country every year around monsoon time. My husband suffered from it two years back and it took really some time for him to gain his strength.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Yeah, gladly, we've checked my wife case very early... Right now, she seems very afraid whenever she has seen a mosquito.
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@arunima25 (24106)
• Bangalore, India
14 Aug
@simplfred I can understand. We were terrified after my husband's case. There are no mosquitoes in our house or in apartment. They do regular cleaning and spray. But you can get it from elsewhere you go.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
14 Aug
@arunima25 I agree... The bite outside though we used some repellent lotion still inevitable.
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@DianneN (125393)
• United States
12 Aug
I’m terribly sorry. I’ve heard how devastating it is, but happy your wife is on the mend.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Yeah... The up and down of the blood count CBC makes me so worry then... I'm glad that it is over...
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@DianneN (125393)
• United States
13 Aug
@simplfred Thank goodness. It is so frightening. I’m so glad she is well.
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@Gillygirl (36038)
• Sutton, England
11 Aug
How awful, I am glad she is better now.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Indeed, thank you, my friend.
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@Gillygirl (36038)
• Sutton, England
12 Aug
@simplfred You're welcome
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@Nevena83 (31617)
• Serbia
11 Aug
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. Hopefully it will be good soon. Is this virus deadly?
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Yeah, if one did not take it seriously then it is deadly.
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@Nevena83 (31617)
• Serbia
12 Aug
@simplfred Oh my God.
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@1hopefulman (43984)
• Canada
11 Aug
Sorry to hear that! Please look after your wife and family and I hope all will be well!
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
My wife is okay right now... Yeah, my kids are my concerns also but we've done some spraying and we plan to do some fogging also,,,
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@1hopefulman (43984)
• Canada
12 Aug
@simplfred Great! That sounds like a good plan!
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@psanasangma (2599)
• India
12 Aug
Very sorry to hear ! Wishing for her speedy recovery
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
Thank you, my friend.
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@dya80dya (17422)
11 Aug
This illness is serious. How does she feel now?
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
She's doing fine right now. I'm just glad that she recovers well...
@LeaPea2417 (26117)
• Toccoa, Georgia
11 Aug
Oh goodness, she is in my prayers.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
She's doing okay right now. Thank you for the prayers.
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@Kd1234 (94)
• India
11 Aug
I hope she gets the proper treatment and get better soon.
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@simplfred (10376)
• Philippines
12 Aug
She's doing okay right now... Thank you, my friend.
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