Chikungunya is a viral illness transmitted by mosquitoes that causes the sudden onset of fever and severe joint pain. Symptoms usually appear within a week of infection. Fever and joint pain come on suddenly. Different side effects may include cerebral pain, muscle torment, joint growing, and a rash. A great many people are better inside seven days; be that as it may, sporadically the joint pain may keep going for a considerable length of time. The young, old, and those with other medical issues are in danger of increasingly serious illness. The infection is spread between individuals by two sorts of mosquitos: Aedes Albopictus and Aedes Aegypti. Symptoms of Chikungunya are fever, joint pain, headache, muscle pain, joint, swelling, or rash.
Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical sickness brought about by the dengue infection. Indications regularly start three to fourteen days after contamination. This may incorporate a high fever, cerebral pain, retching, muscle and joint pain, and a characteristic skin rash. In a little extent of cases, the infection forms into the hazardous dengue haemorrhagic fever, bringing about dying, low degrees of blood platelets and blood plasma spillage, or into dengue stun condition, where perilously low circulatory strain happens. Dengue is spread by a few types of mosquito of the Aedes type, mainly. Symptoms of Dengue Fever includes Nausea, Vomiting, Rash, Aches and pains (eye pain, typically behind the eyes, muscle, joint, or bone pain).
Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection that can spread throughout the body, affecting many organs. Without prompt treatment, it can cause serious complications and can be fatal. It's caused by a bacterium called Salmonella typhi, which is related to the bacteria that cause salmonella food poisoning. Typhoid fever is highly contagious. An infected person can pass the bacteria out of their body in their poo (stools) or, less commonly, in their pee (urine). Symptoms of Typhoid includes Weakness, Stomach pain, Headache, Diarrhea or constipation, Cough, Loss of appetite.