Spanish man contractor dengue fever through SEX in the first case is known

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Spanish man contractor dengue fever through SEX in the first case is known

  • The virus is almost always spread by mosquito bites in tropical countries
  • The man did not visit any high risk areas, but his partner was in Cuba
  • When Madrid officials tried on their sperm they got the same strain of dengue
  • South Korean practitioners have indicated that heterosexual transmission is suspected t

A man in Spain is caught with a dengue fever through sex in what is believed to be the world's first.

The man developed 41 years of tropical fever, which almost always circulates mosquitoes, although he is not going anywhere where the virus is found.

But his male partner had collected the virus during a trip to Cuba and had the same symptoms only 10 days earlier.

The Spanish authorities in Madrid confirmed the case today and said the disease was transmitted through the party's semen.

Scientists only found that the virus could survive in semen 18 months ago, when they examined a traveler who had returned from Thailand, but had no evidence that it could spread.

Dengue fever is almost always scattered by mosquitoes but man in Madrid is the first person ever to catch it from an infected partner semen (stock image)

Dengue fever is almost always scattered by mosquitoes but man in Madrid is the first person ever to catch it from an infected partner semen (stock image)

Dengue is a viral infection that is common in many parts of the world, particularly tropical regions such as Asia, South America and the Caribbean.

Fever symptoms such as high temperature, headache and pain behind the eyes and muscles, and vomiting or nausea are caused.

The signs usually go up alone within a week or so but can be more serious for some patients.

Madrid public health officer Susana Jimenez said: “His partner presented the same properties that were lighter about ten days earlier, and had previously visited Cuba and the Dominican Republic.

His sperm was analyzed and he showed that there was not only one of them but that it was just the same virus that circulates in Cuba.

Speaking to the AFP news agency, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) confirmed that it was the first sexual transmission.

Officials said it was our knowledge, the first sexual transmission of the dengue virus among men with sex with men.

WHAT IS THE DEMONSTRATION?

Dengue fever is a viral disease that is only spread by certain mosquitoes – Aedes aegypti or 'mosquitoes denos'; mainly in the tropical areas of the world.

Aedes aegypti is not usually infected with the virus, unless they have broken a person who is ill with dignity.

Fever symptoms such as high temperature, headache and pain behind the eyes and muscles, and vomiting or nausea are caused.

The signs usually go up alone within a week or so but can be more serious for some patients.

There is no cure or treatment for the tropical illness and patients do not need to manage the symptoms such as flu until their body goes out of the infection.

Additional infections have a higher chance of having different strains of severe or complex rejection.

Source: Queensland Health

There is a suspicion that the disease is spread from woman to man during sex in South Korea, but it is not confirmed.

The World Health Organization states that dengue is mainly transmitted by the mosquito of Aedes Aegypti, which arises in tropical environments and in dense breeding of populations in still life pools.

It is very serious – and deadly – in children, especially young girls although scientists do not know why.

It is usually people traveling to warmer climates such as southeast Asia, Africa, Australia, the Caribbean and South America and Central America.

Last year it was indicated that it was transmissible for three sexes in a science magazine.

The study, published in the journal Eurosurveillance, recorded the case of an Italian man in his 50s who was diagnosed with dengue fever after returning from Thailand.

It was otherwise healthy but it suffered joint pain, fatigue and dizziness during the illness.

The man was admitted to the National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Rome after nine days of illness and was diagnosed with dengue fever there.

He resigned and left traces of the virus from his blood and urine after 23 days, but he was still in his semen after 37 days. Every track was gone from his body in the day 55.

The result was that the virus could be transmitted through sexual intercourse, in the same way that the ZIKA virus is known to be committed.

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