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can there be an rise in hemoglobin during the course of dengue illness in a patient ?

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Yes, dengue fever can sometimes cause high/elevated hemoglobin levels. When this happens, it is a sign that the dengue fever, which is caused by a mosquito borne virus, has reached a very serious and severe stage. Elevated hemoglobin happens when a person is severely dehydrated, and if that is not taken care of right away, the person with dengue fever has a much higher risk of dying. I am not sure if you are asking in general or for a specific reason, but if someone you care about has dengue and elevated hemoglobin, I sure hope that are in a good hospital, and I wish you all the best. 

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