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FAQs on H1N1 Mitigation and DHMF A & B

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Q: How do I know if I have the H1N1 influenza ?

Like any other influenza, H1N1 infection causes fever, some respiratory symptoms like cough, running nose, and bodyache. There is no confirmatory test for the H1N1 apart from a throat swab, which will not be routinely done now in the mitigation phase.

NOTE: Hospital or allopathic treatment may or may not work or the results may not be encouraging to treat and cure yourself of the H1N1 menace. Our unique product DHMF A & B works and within a matter of days you will be free of this virus infection.


Q: What should I do if I have the symptoms ?

Don’t worry. Almost all persons who had been infected recover on their own without any complications. You should stay at home, and avoid others to prevent spread to others. Wear a mask if possible. Wash your hands often and clean objects that you touch. You should not go to work and you must avoid public places.


Q: Can I come to the hospital for medications ?

There are no anti-viral medications for uncomplicated cases of the H1N1 infection. You may need Paracetamol to control your fever; otherwise there is no other necessary medications. Therefore it is unnecessary to come to the hospital, if you do not have any complications.


Q: When should I come to the hospital ?

You should seek medical treatment if your fever persists for more than 3 days, or you develop persistent diarrhoea or vomiting. You must come to the hospital if you are breathless, cough up blood, develop chest pains or become unconscious.


Q: Should I go to work if I am ill ?

You should not go to work if you are ill. You should go to your doctor who should give you an MC. You can go back to work if your fever has subsided.


Q: If I am in contact with a suspected / confirmed H1N1 case, what should I do ?

Do not worry. Watch out for symptoms of influenza-like illness. Please stay at home if you develop any of the symptoms. Wash your hands often.


Q: My child was sent home after her school was closed. What should I do ?

Do not worry. Watch out for symptoms of influenza-like illness over the next 4 – 5 days. Please ensure your child stays at home if she develops any of the symptoms. Watch out for signs of complications especially in younger children.


Q: There are many people sick at my place of work / study. What should I do ?

Please try to wear a mask whenever you are near others. Wash your hands often to prevent getting an infection from objects that you touch. Advice colleagues who are ill to stay away from work. Employers / Administrators must assist by relaxing rules on MCs in this pandemic situation.


Q: Can I buy medications to prevent infection ?

No. There are no medications to prevent infection. The best way to keep healthy is to avoid close contact with infected persons, wearing a mask when in public places and washing your hands often. YES consume DHMF A & B as the best solution.


Q: Who gets Tamiflu (anti-viral medications) ?

Only very ill patients with influenza-like illnesses requiring admission will get Tamiflu. Certain patients in high risk groups will get Tamiflu as well. However, most patients will not need Tamiflu and will recover on their own.
Our experience shows that even Tamilflu is no guarantee to solve this infection, only DHMF A & B has been found to be potent enough to show guaranteed results. Consume DHMF A & B.


Q: I have slight fever and a mild cough. How do I know if I am likely to have H1N1 ?

It is unlikely you have the H1N1 if other people staying with you (household contacts) are NOT sick as well. The H1N1 virus, being a new virus, will infect every close contact since nobody has any immunity against it.


Q: If I am in contact with a person from overseas who is well, will I get the infection ?

No. You will only get the infection from an infected person who will be symptomatic.


Q: How can I avoid getting infected ?

By avoiding public places unless with a mask, by practicing social distancing, by washing your hands often, by practicing good respiratory etiquette and by avoiding contact with persons who are ill.


Q: How can I avoid infecting other members of my family if I am ill ?

By strictly conforming to the home quarantine advice, by wearing a mask when in the presence of others, by washing your hands often and by avoiding physical contact with others until your fever has subsided.


Q: I come in contact with many people at my work place. How do I avoid getting infected ?

By wearing a mask, by avoiding physical contact with others, by washing your hands often and by wiping surfaces that you touch often regularly.


Q: What areas need to be wiped often ?

Structures that are touched by many people are most susceptible to spreading infection eg. public telephones, door knobs and surfaces, counter table tops, common chairs and tables, elevator buttons, children play toys and areas etc.


Q: When will this pandemic end ?

The alert phase will probably be continued for the next few months. Planned public gathering events need to be reconsidered carefully. The main
objective now is to limit spread, identify and treat those who are seriously ill and mitigate the effects of large numbers of the population who are ill with the flu.


Latest update: 13/11/2015
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