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How do I get rid of a runny nose and mild fever?

How do I get rid of a runny nose and mild fever?

NAC: N- acetyl cysteine and bromelain will relieve symptom. Need garlic pills or oil of oregano pill (adp by biotics ) will get rid of infecting organisms. ...Read more

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Dr. Corey Clay
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Rhinitis (Definition)

This is a symptomatic disorder of the nose characterized by inflamed nasal mucosa. Groupings of rhinitis exist triggered by infection, allergy, non-allergic triggers/exposure, meds, immune disorder, and/or structural problems in the nose. Symptoms can include itching, sneezing, congestion, watery/mucoid drainage, post-nasal drainage with sore throat, ear ...Read more


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How do I get rid of this phlegmy cough n runny nose? Had a cold n fever 8 days ago, i'm fine now except still constantly gotta cough out or blow.

How do I get rid of this phlegmy cough n runny nose? Had a cold n fever 8 days ago, i'm fine now except still constantly gotta cough out or blow.

Sinus issue: One of the complications of the common cold is a sinus infection. If symptoms persist beyond 10-14 days, a bacterial sinus infection may be present. Other symptoms are facial pressure, discolored nasal discharge, bad breath, post nasal discharge and fatigue. A healthcare provider can assess and determine if antibiotics would be helpful. ...Read more

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Can teething cause runny nose, mild fever and lost of appetite? Child is 19 months old

Can teething cause runny nose, mild fever and lost of appetite? Child is 19 months old

Perhaps: Although there's no evidence that teething causes fever, fevers of less than 100 degrees have been reported. If upper teeth trying to erupt vagus nerve stimulation can result in runny nose. As to appetite, would you want to eat if your teeth were sore? Please see Pediatric Dental Specialist (1st Dental exam Age 1). See Pediatrician to check for cold/virus. You must see both. ...Read more

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I have a cough, fatigue, mild fever, and runny nose. What do I have? Flu or cold?

I have a cough, fatigue, mild fever, and runny nose.  What do I have? Flu or cold?

Cold: General rule of thumb is that if your symptoms are primarily above the neck and build over a couple days, it's a cold. Influenza usually hits you like 'a ton of bricks'. I'd suggest something as simple as DayQuil and maybe some saline nasal spray - that should help. Feel better! ...Read more

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Mild fever that comes and goes (more than 3w) and a swollen lymph node in the neck. Had cough and runny nose but its gone. Fever making me worry. HIV?

Mild fever that comes and goes (more than 3w) and a swollen lymph node in the neck. Had cough and runny nose but its gone. Fever making me worry. HIV?

Not necessarily: The symptoms you are having can have several possible causes, from something minor like a sinus infection to scarier stuff. Something is going on and hasn't gone away on its own.Get an evaluation and treatment by a doctor, in person: the quickest way to get an answer .It is a terrible worry to have, for sure Obviously, if you do not wish to get HIV, prevention is the key next time & every time. ...Read more

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I have a mild fever sinus pain pressure and persistent runny nose post nasal drip tightness in cheat coughing yellowish green mucus up all day, is it?

I have a mild fever sinus pain pressure and persistent runny nose post nasal drip tightness in cheat coughing yellowish green mucus up all day, is it?

Infection: Depending on how long you have had the symptoms it can lead one to treat it as a viral infection versus a bacterial infection. Typically less than 5 days is viral. ...Read more

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Does HIV flu cause sneezing, runny nose, and wet cough? With a mild fever and all gone in 4 days, except the cough a few more days and without rash. T

Does HIV flu cause sneezing, runny nose, and wet cough? With a mild fever and all gone in 4 days, except the cough a few more days and without rash. T

Unusual: We worry about acute HIV when someone has a flu-like syndrome that lingers, somewhat like mono would present. Fever, fatigue, mild nausea, light rash, sore throat, and/or swollen lymph nodes are all symptoms that can be seen with a number of viral syndromes including hiv. The HIV antibody test can take 3 or more months to turn positive, so to diagnose acute HIV we need to do a HIV RNA test. ...Read more

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What specific virus causes mild fever, cramps w/Diarr, runny nose, mild sore throat, nausea? Trying to determine length of this.

What specific virus causes mild fever, cramps w/Diarr, runny nose, mild sore throat, nausea? Trying to determine length of this.

I could list dozens: ...since your symptoms are nonspecific. Perhaps as good a judge as any as to the expected duration of your illness is to identify from whom you contracted it and determine how long it took them to recover. Tis the season for what you've described... ...Read more

Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

Fever is the temporary increase in the body's temperature in response to some disease or illness. A child has a fever when the temperature is at or above one of ...Read more


Dr. Roberto Estrada
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Mild Fever (Definition)

An oral temperature that is above 98.6° f (37° c) but lower than 100.4° f (38° ...Read more