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Not necessarily: Dehydration could cause dry skin and lack of sweat, which could make the skin feel hot, but it should not cause a true fever (38 C or 100.4 F). It is usually the other way around, an illness (which could produce fever) can cause people to become dehydrated due a person not feeling well, not having appetite and not eating and drinking. ...Read more
Fever of 39.9 chills coughing hard bringing up bloody flem chest pain aggitation fatigue dehydrated hot cold pain headaches nausea vomiting?
Please go to ER: You need emergency attention. Please go to er now. ...Read more
Diarrhea, sore throat, congestion, cough, high fever which is now a low grade fever with sweating, headache. Flu or upper respitory tract infection?
Bright green diarrea, with fever, sore throat, headache, chills, low appetite, low intake fluids he's sleeping now?
See a doctor: Please have him see a doctor, so he can be diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
See a doctor: If you're feeling chest pain, having trouble breathing or feeling short of breath, you should see a doctor immediately and not wait until your doctor's office opens tomorrow. This could be something viral, but bacterial pneumonia is still very possible, especially if you have a Hx of recurrent pneumonia. If you're concerned, don't wait to seek treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Vomiting etc.: This could be anything! Please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency as soon as that can be arranged. ...Read more
Viral illness: These symptoms are compatible with a viral infection, but are so non-specific that they can be due to many things. If this keeps up more than a day or two or you are getting worse please see your doctor and get evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more
Is this New?: If this is a new onset of headaches, you need immediate medical evaluation. ...Read more
A number of things: If persists or recurs need to see doctor. ...Read more
Quick onset-severe body aches fever headache. No cough/sore thrt/congestion. Fever 101-102.5. Slight vomiting yest but no real stomach discomfort?
Unlikely: While illnesses with a fever can be associated with vomiting, like gastroenteritis or appendicitis, I am unaware of a physiologic mechanisim where fever would cause vomiting. With that said, if you are having fever and vomiting for more than a day, you should seek the care of a medical provider soon. ...Read more
Sudden onset: severe body aches, fever, headache. No congestion/sore thrt /cough. 101-102.5 fvr.Vomited 3x yest. But no other stomach discomfort. Flu?
INFLUENZA A signs: These are signs of influenza: fever/chills/aches/headache and cough. Influenza a is epidemic right now. In the northwest influenza a began 2 weeks ago and dozens of cases came through my office (mostly children) last week. So take tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain/fever and push fluids and get rest! if you have a 'stiff neck' --consider meningitis (viral or bacterial) and get seen right away! hang in there! ...Read more
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