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Do You Get A Fever With Allergies
Yes: Those are the symptoms of hay fever. Symptoms include: itchy nose, mouth, eyes, throat, skin, or any area, problems with smell , runny nose, sneezing, tearing eyes, stuffy nose , clogged ears and decreased sense of smell, sore throat, dark circles under the eyes, puffiness under the eyes, fatigue and irritability, headache. ...Read more
An allergy is an exagerated immune responce to a typically benign trigger. You can have allergic responces to many things like pollens, animal dander, foods, medications, among other things. Symptoms may be bothersome, but benign, or can be fatal. Not all reactions to exposures are allergies and if you think you may be allergic , i recommend being evaluated by ...Read more
Fever: Scabies is an itchy, contagious skin condition caused by infestation by the mite sarcoptes scabiei. Direct skin-to-skin contact is the mode of transmission, but fever is not a common manifestation. Secondary skin infections (cellulitis) may occur from scratching and this can produce fever. Since this is often sexually transmitted, might think about stds gotten simultaneously. ...Read more
Several ways: Tonsillitis is inflammation (redness, swelling, pain) and/or infection of the tonsils, which can be due to viruses, bacteria, or other germs. Antibiotics to treat tonsil infections sometimes cause rashes. Viruses can cause rashes by themselves or in combination with antibiotic usage. Strep throat causes strep scarlet fever, a well-known rash that feels rough and looks like many tiny reddish dots. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Medication: A very common symptom of allergic rhinitis (hay fever) is sneezing. Typically an antihistamine can prevent and treat sneezing. The new generation antihistamines such as claritin, allegra, zyrtec, xyzal, (levocetirizine) and Clarinex can minimize sneezing without causing significant sedation. ...Read more
Depends: I would monitor and see how high it goes, drink a lot of fluids and try to avoid too much activity. If it gets high...Above 101 continuously i would likely go see your physician, but really there is not much they can do or will do for a low grade fever except treat symptoms with otc pain meds, rest, and fluids. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Cough and nasal congestion are two symptoms on a list of symptoms that can occur with an upper respiratory tract infection. You can have a sore throat, nasal congestion or discharge, sinus fullness or pressure, ear pain, cough, fever, and chills. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not easy: A cold is a runny nose and is caused by a rhino-virus. Occasionally chills and fever accompany this. Allergy may present with a runny nose, but is frequently accompanied by watery, itchy eyes and frequent sneezing. Sinusitis, is a more serious infection which can be caused by both a cold and allergy but is usually associated with pain and pressure in the face, headache and purulent nasal mucus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do you know when a virus is leaving your body? Do you develop a cough or have any cold like symptoms?
When a viral: Infection is resolving - generally, you will start to feel better. ...Read more
Not necessarily: The symptoms of a sinus infection often involve a post nasal drip as opposed to a runny nose. The nasal passages can actually be relatively clear if the sinuses are totally blocked and then there will often be a headache or facial pain and tenderness. The drainage will often be worse upon lying down and can trigger a cough. ...Read more
Strep throat sxs: Sxs of strep throat can include: pain of throat; large, red tonsils with white exudates; small red dots on roof of the mouth; swollen lymph nodes on neck; fever, headache, rash, difficulty swallowing, fatigue or rash. If you just have a mild sore throat with none of the above - it is more likely that you have a viral infection & may not need a med eval. ...Read more
Itchy eyes: It can be difficult to tell the difference between a cold and allergies since they share many of the same symptoms (nasal obstruction, nasal drainage, post nasal drainage) but colds usually do not have itchy nose, eyes, and throat and allergies aren't accompanied by fevers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sinusitis: Most sinus infections are viral and should be treated with over the counter decongestants and sinus rinses. If you have sinus pressure, thick nasal discharge, +/- fever for longer than 10 days, I recommend seeing a healthcare provider. If your resistance is low or you have recurrent sinus infections, you may have contracted a bacterial infection as well requiring antibiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cough: You have to identify the cause if possible. There are numerous infectious and non-infecious causes. Your doctor should be able to help sort it out and make some recommendations. ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
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