It is the most common and mild form of manifestation of the disease. Symptoms begin overnight and usually last between 5 and 10 days. Due to the similarity, it is common for dengue to be confused with the flu.
The symptoms are:
Hemorrhagic dengue is a more serious form of the virus. The initial symptoms are the same as the classic ones, but between the 3rd and 5th day, the person can develop changes in blood clotting.
Internal bleeding and bleeding from small vessels in the skin may occur. This type is more common after the 2nd or 3rd infection and, if the complication is not treated quickly, the disease can lead the patient to death.
In addition to the symptoms present in the common form, hemorrhage can present: