Signs and symptoms and treatment
symptoms may include rash, headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and myalgias. Fevers typically last from several days up to 1 week; the fever can be biphasic. Joint symptoms are severe and often debilitating. They are usually symmetric and occur most commonly in hands and feet, but they can affect more proximal joints. Rash usually occurs after onset of fever. It is typically maculopapular, involving the trunk and extremities, but can also include palms, soles, and face. (cdc.gov)
Chikungunya virus (CHIKV) is a single-stranded RNA virus. The risk of a person transmitting the virus to a biting mosquito or through blood is highest when the patient is viremic during the first 2–6 days of illness. Maternal-fetal transmission has been documented during pregnancy. The highest risk occurs when a woman is viremic at the time of delivery, with a vertical transmission rate of 49%. However, studies have not found CHIKV in breast milk. (cdc,gov)
This therapy all do the first time of illness: to give honey and dates (10 : 3) blander, one teaspoon 3 x daily and Milligesic spray 3 x 1spray and Millimiristin 3 x 3 - 5 drops can be used on mom nipples and knock nerves with hair brush for baby on the whole body especially on stomach, chest, neck, nose and back smeared with Milligesic cream 2 x a day.
• the knock nerves with brush on whole body smeared and Massage with Milligesic cream
• shower warm water or alternately..