2. Bloody Gums and Nose

Another symptom that dengue fever causes are bleeding from the nose and gums. While this condition isn’t often serious, it can be recurring. If you can’t control the flow of blood, seek medical assistance. A bloody nose is one of the most common symptoms experienced by dengue fever patients. It may appear out of nowhere, so be sure to carry paper towels around. If blood loss is severe, a blood transfusion may be necessary.