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Home Remedies For Mild Fever
Persistant cough for about two week ald, getting worse. Mild fever running at 37.9-38.6 c what's the problem? And treatment? 16female
Yesterday i couldn't inhale properly & i had the urge to cough, today it turned into a dry cough. I'm also suffering from a mild fever. Treatment?
9 weeks preg, been havin flu for 3 days. Still havin mild fever. Took only 1 panadol (acetaminophen) yesterday. Try natural remedy. If this cont', will harm my bb? Tq.
Sx relief: Tips: sore throat – gargle with warm salt water (1/2 tsp salt in 8 oz of water). Get strep test/culture if very sore. Congestion – saline nose drops or netti pot. For anti-inflammatory effect & mobilizing mucus- homemade chicken noodle soup. Hydrate- lots of water/clear broth/ add honey & a small amt. Of lemon juice to chamomile tea.. Fever/ pain – acetaminophen.Rest! tell your OB doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello Dr., I came home from work on Saturday and within an hour I had a mild fever 101 F. I also have a headache that hurts to move my eyes. Any idea?
HA with eye movement: Pain with eye movement can occur with influenza, as well as worse infectious problems such as orbital cellulitis. I have even had one patient who complained of this symptom with strep throat and scarlet fever. If your symptoms worsen or do not improve, please see a physician ASAP. Most likely a viral syndrome, but best to be safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Illness: It can be anything form a viral illness to bacterial infection ...Read more
No: In children, a fever (temperature above 100.4 f or 38 c) is usually an indication of an illness. Many doctors believe that fever is one of the ways the body fights off the infection. Fever activates the immune system and makes it harder for the infection to survive. My advice generally is to treat the child, not the fever. If he feels bad, treat. If not, don't. See a doctor if the fever persists. ...Read more
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See below: Need more information. Are you having any other symptoms? ...Read more
I am having mild fever and seviour headach n sometime fill cold... What can I do for cure of this?
Few possibilities.: How long do you have fever, have any h/o ear infect., sinusitis, bad teeth . Feeling cold means the chills you have , i assume, from release of infective toxins into blood causing fever also.Any fever can cause head ache, if high.In your case it is low. Tonsils infection also to be ruled out too. But early meningitis, tuberculoma brain-need to be ruled out. Pl. Visit your doctor, need more history. ...Read more
I am 53 years old and have persistent mild fever for the last 2 months. all tests are done. nothing is found. what to do?
No: By themselves....No. They are very nonspecific symptoms. ...Read more
Mild fever but freezing hands: Raynaud's phenomenon occurs when cold, emotional stress, or other exposure causes small arteries in the body to tighten, decreasing blood supply to those areas. It is most common in women. People usually get it in their fingers and toes, but it can also affect the nose, lips, or earlobes. It is known for causing "red, white, and blue" skin discolorations, as the blood vessels narrow and then dilate. Staying warm, decreasing stress, and other lifestyle changes usually clear it up. Raynaud's is more serious when caused by a connective tissue disease such as s Rheumatic fever symptoms may vary. Some people may have several symptoms, while others experience only a few. The symptoms may also change during the course of the disease. The onset of rheumatic fever usually occurs about two to four weeks after a strep throat infection. Rheumatic fever signs and symptoms — which result from inflammation in the heart, joints, skin or central nervous system — may include: cleroderma, lupus, or Sjögren's syndrome. 1. Weakness (6 causes) 2. Cold hands and Fever and Angina (5 causes) 3. Cold hands and Fever and Breathing difficulties (5 causes) 4. Cold hands and Fever and Confusion (5 causes) 5. Cold hands and Fever and Diarrhea (5 causes) 6. Cold hands and Fever and Eczema (5 causes) 7. Cold hands and Fever and Joint pain (5 causes) • Cold hands and Fever and Viral infection ...Read more
Fluids, rest: Low grade fevers are seldom severe symptoms if unaccompanied by other illness. Use of Aspirin or Acetaminophen (tylenol) can reduce fever if you are uncomfortable. On the other hand many docs feel that fever is beneficial in fighting infection and unless it creates further problems, leave it alone. ...Read more
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