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Fever Over 100 4 Degrees F For 5 Days
My five year old daughter has had a cough and fever for four days now, but only at night time. Should she a physician or allow to run it's course?
I have had a 100.0 fever for four days now, my throat is swollen, and it extremely hurts to swallow, even after taking ibuprofen. There is significant white exudate on both tonsils. I've been having night sweats for 11 days. ?
Seeing a : Healthcare provider to properly examine and treat your pharyngitis would be the wisest thing to do. At this stage it is very likely a bacterial infection, with the night sweats possibly an indication for hospital visit due to higher probability of septicemia (bacterial infection of the blood). I would not wait, go to the ED to get proper care. ...Read more
Define fever: The normal variation in temperature follows a predictable pattern.Usually it is at its lowest around 4-6am and its highest at 4-6pm. (about a degree below or above average)if the kid's temp does not exceed 100, i wouldn't consider it fever.If it is >102 but present only in the afternoon with no other symptoms, it is likely something minor (viral) that should end in a day or two.If worried get seen. ...Read more
My four year old daughter has had n/v/d x 5 days. She seems to be getting better but symptoms are still present. No fever. Should i be concerned?
I have influenza and still running fever it has been five days and I am suppose to go back to work tuesday will it be okay?
My son has been on amoxicillin for about four days and has a fever of 102.8 is this normal? My son is 14 months old
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