With the recent declaration of Dengue epidemic in Davao del Sur and possibly in other provinces in the Philippines as well, we would like to disseminate information about a practical but effective way to manage thrombocytopenia or low platelet count that often become fatal if not addressed immediately.  Please click the link below or the tawa-tawa photo to read Mama Sez's article.

Practical and Effective Ways to Treat Thrombocytopenia and to Prevent Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

tawa-tawa or gatas-gatas weed

Always remember that immediate action is critical so if there is suspicion of dengue fever based on symptoms, go to the nearest hospital for proper diagnosis.  Once confirmed for dengue virus, seek medical advice and stay in the hospital.  Work with your doctor on how to integrate the information you obtained in the above mentioned article with his or her treatment plan.

Tawa-tawa and rehydration helped my own sister-in-law recover from dengue hemorrhagic fever.  Others have attested to the effectiveness of this herbal remedy.  So please share this information by using the buttons below.  You might save the life of a relative, friend or neighbor.



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3 comments
  1. aira July 26, 2010 at 3:00 AM  

    hi, ganda naman po ng pinost nyong blog tungkol sa mga herbal medication...tnx for sharing

  2. Papa Sez July 26, 2010 at 1:42 PM  

    Hi Aira, I hope you can share it to your friends and readers as well.

    Best regards,

    Papa Sez

  3. generic viagra for men October 11, 2010 at 4:03 AM  

    Dengue is really very dangerous fever. It should be eradicated. I think it is one of the best herbal medicine for that. Thanks a lot for this nice information. I would like to purchase this medication.



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About five years since the birth of our son, an unexpected gift came- a younger brother to our school-age kids. And soon enough, a baby girl arrived to round the family membership.

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