Dengue Fever is primarily carried by the Aedes Mosquito and impacts the Mid-East, South-East Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, China, Central and South America, and the tropical and sub-tropical areas of India. The fever is spread when the mosquito bites a person infected with one of the four related dengue viruses and transfers this by biting others.
One of the classic symptoms of dengue fever is a low platelet count. Platelets’ primary function is blood-clotting; when you bleed, they plug the hole. So their availability on demand leads to a higher quality of life; when the numbers of platelets in your blood system reduces, you need to seriously curb risk. When your platelet level drops to a significant low, good medical practice dictates that a blood transfusion procedure is carried out.
Unfortunately, there is no clinical or biological evidence to support the fact that increased sexual activity will increment the platelet count in your bloodstream.
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