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Can You Have A Fever With A Cold
Yes you can: The common cold (mild viral upper respiratory infection) is usually caused by the rhino or adeno virus. Common cold symptoms generally include cough, nasal congestion, runny nose, headache, and mild fever. However, a more acute onset and severe sxs including body aches and high fever is likely due to the flu (influenza virus). More persistent or severe sxs can be sign of a bacterial infection. ...Read more
If you have a fever with a common head cold , can the other person catch your cold through sexual intercourse?
Respiratory droplets: Colds are transmitted through inhalation of respiratory droplets, or contact with contaminated surfaces. During sex, you are close enough to be exposed to respiratory droplets. You would not catch it due to sexual intercourse itself, but rather from being in very close proximity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: There is no "magic bullet" for any illness. This is part of the western civilization's false belief pattern that has been perpetuated by the pharmaceutical companies that there is magic in drugs. Medicine is an art and requires many disciplines. The best treatment for most illnesses is common sense medicine, treating the symptoms supportively. ...Read more
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