1.Take paracetamol 500mg, one tablet sos upto a maximum of three tablets daily after food
2.cold sponging Sos
3.Drink plenty of water
4.If no relief do blood examination like ESR, CBC, Widal/ Typhidot test, Blood for mp/malaria antigen and Dengue antigen(NS1) test after consulting doctor
5. consult me for further advice
Nimu should be avoided. But Ill suggest not to go for antibiotics also without doctor's advise. If it is less irritation, pl go for Turmeric gargles and Turmeric/ Curcumin based oral medicine and Sitopaladi combos for curing it naturally and also enhancing immunity. Also take Oscimum extract or boil it in water and sip water. See in 2-3 days. Please contact if you need more info.
Hello lybrate-user. If it's NS1 positive then you need to be cautious. Monitor platelet count regularly. Watch out for any rash or red patches on skin, black stools, bleeding gums, chest pain and shortness of breath. All the pain killers should be avoided in dengue as they can cause gastrointestinal tract bleeding. You may use paracetamol as it has more antipyretic action than anti inflammatory action. Recovery is the rule and no need to be panic. You only need platelet transfusion when there is evidence of hemorrhage and less than 10000 cells.
So Absolute bed rest is recommended to avoid unnecessary injury and subsequent bleeding. Give plenty of fluids, fruits. Take care
If still need further assistance please contact.