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Pakistanis get virus tests as dengue cases continue to rise

(Xinhua)

09:09, September 29, 2011

A doctor takes blood sample of a girl for the dengue virus test at a hospital in east Pakistan's Lahore on Sept. 28, 2011. The death toll as a result of Pakistan's dengue fever outbreak continues to rise at alarming rates as at least 108 people have now been confirmed dead. The total number of people who have contracted the virus is reported to be at least 10,585 in Punjab, with 9,000 reported from Lahore. (Xinhua Photo/Sajjad)
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my personal experience NOT TO FOLLOW WITHOUT DOCTOR ADVICEin my family I HAVE TREATED AND FOLLOWING MEDICINE WERE ADMINISTERPANADOL TABLET WITH PARACETAMOL 1 -1 WHEN FEVER ROSE TO 103* WHEN SERVE HEAD ACHE AND BODY PAIN RINSE WITH NORMAL WATER ONLY HEAD. GIVE VIBRAMYCIN CAPSULE 1+1 FOR 3 DAYS IF TEMPERATURE DROP CONTINUE MEDICINE FOR FEW DAYS BUT MONITOR PATIENT CONTINUES AND GET DOCTOR ADVICE IF RE APPEAR GIVE SAME MEDICATION AND VISIT NEAREST HOSPITAL IN FIRST INSTANT YOU FEEL I AM COMPLETELY TREATED BUT DR CONSULTATION IS MUST .SOME TIME 5% VIRUS REMAIN IN YOUR BODY CAN STRIKE AGAIN.I HAVE GIVEN YOU MY EXPERIENCE BUT DR ADVICE IS MUST
  

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