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What are the symptoms of an Aedes mosquito bite? Ways to avoid an Aedes mosquito bite?

Details about the Aedes mosquito species, which have been frequently complained about recently, are being wondered. This mosquito species, which is native to Africa, has been observed in Turkey, and it has started to be investigated by the citizens. Mosquitoes, which cause the spread of many diseases, can cause serious conditions. So, what are the symptoms of an Aedes mosquito bite? What are the ways to avoid an Aedes mosquito bite?

Mosquito is the common name given to blood-sucking pests. These delicate long-legged insects, which approach the human body to suck blood, continue their lives in winter. It is known that the main origin of mosquito species, which are common in many parts of the world, is Africa. This species, which is quite adept at sucking blood, causes some infections in the human body. Thanks to its blood transport feature, it shows the ability to transmit and spread diseases. This infection that it spreads causes the following diseases in the human body: it carries parasitic diseases such as yellow fever, elephantiasis or malaria. So, what are the symptoms of Aedes mosquito bites, which have started to be seen in Turkey and are life-threatening? What are the ways to avoid an Aedes mosquito bite?



Known for their distinctive buzzing sound, mosquitoes show different symptoms of infection. Symptoms of an Aedes mosquito bite can be listed as follows:

  • Swelling and itching in the body
  • Wounds appearing on the body
  • Severe headache
  • pain around the eyes
  • Pain in the muscles and joints
  • High fever and chills
  • Pain in the abdomen
  • The onset of widespread red rashes on the body
  • In people with allergies or asthma, symptoms may appear in different ways.
  • They can leave a rash larger than a normal mosquito bite.

Aedes mosquito bite


There are many chemical and physical methods to combat mosquito bites, which we are bothered by the sound and the itching they leave. However, there is no treatment that can be applied at home to relieve the bite of this species, which is known for its rapid reproduction. However, it is possible to protect against mosquito bites. In areas where mosquitoes are active, you can protect yourself from bites by wearing long pants, long-sleeved shirts and socks. You can carry mosquito repellent with you. These methods will protect you from bites and infection.

Aedes mosquito

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