Preparations and Prevention are Important
On Saturday my sister experienced strong fever during my mum's birthday dinner(22/05/10). Left dinner, went to Clinic. Sunday: Went to hospital, sent back with no blood test done.
Sunday: Went to private hospital, sent back, results inconclusive.
Monday: Second visit, confirmed dengue, hospitalized.
Monday: Blood count score - 150, temp.71, vomiting, body ache.
Tuesday: Blood count - 90, temp.71, vomiting, body ache.
Wednesday: Blood count - 68 temp.71, vomiting, body ache.
Thursday: Blood count - 50 temp.71, vomiting, body ache.
Friday: Blood count - 70, temp. 69.9 (Normalized)
Saturday: Discharged. Still weak, recuperating at home.
Sunday: Daughter-in-law hospitalized, for dengue! Very mild fever already present on Tuesday. (Web info: already bitten 4-7 days before symptoms appear)
Throughout stay was under sodium chloride (salt) drip.
Lesson learned: If suspicion is strong and you live in dengue prone area, fever persists, loved ones should persist in getting CONCLUSIVE results from hospital or clinic - yes or no.
The NaCl drip (hospitalization) main factor in stabilizing her condition (my estimation).
Plus, lots of fruit juice - especially watermelon juice, as suggested by family friend - she being stubborn and not wanting/vomiting papaya leave juice (2 spoons/day - many +ve cases).
We weren't able to try the formula presented here on this website because we weren't able to find a homeopathic pharmacy on such short notice.
Hope this helps.