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Dengue Fever

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Diagnosis

Your healthcare provider can diagnose dengue fever by doing two blood tests, 2 to 3 weeks apart. The tests can show whether a sample of your blood contains antibodies to the virus. In epidemics, a healthcare provider often can diagnose dengue by typical signs and symptoms.

Last Updated September 26, 2006