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How To Treat Low Grade Fever Fast Before A Dinner Party
Why?: Why treat a low grade fever? It may be helpful, it should not affect you adversely other than being aware of it, and simply recording the levels of fever and the times it occurs may help your doctor if it persists and you need a diagnosis. If you are really bothered by it you can take Aspirin or tylenol every 4-6 hours to suppress it. ...Read more
I'm 49 with a low grade fever and now a non itchy rash. Should I be concerned or just treat symptoms
Dr. Thinks dexedrine may be causing fast pulse (90-100 bpm) but could malabsorption be to blame? I have chronic low grade fever, staetorrhea, hist of low vit d. Not eager to quit an effective med...
Staetorrhea: First focus on the steatorrhea. I haven't run into that as a Dexedrine side effect, but stopping " for a week or two won't hurt you. If you continue on the same diet and steatorrhea doesn't stop, you'll have an answer. Steatorrhea is a symptom of many different problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son started with runny nose followed by cough followed by low grade fever and fast breathing .. Help . What is wrong with him ? He is 3 years old
My son has low grade fever , runny nose and cough , now he is breathing fast and it seems like retractions .Do i wake him up or wait till morning?
Don't wait: If he is having retractions, that is concerning and should be evaluated now. Does he have a history of wheezing or asthma? If so, and you have a nebulizer or inhaler with albuterol, you should give him a treatment. If that doesn't help, he should be seen by the doctor. If he doesn't have any previous history, he should be seen by the doctor to determine the cause of his fast breathing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Moving headache, low grade fever, neck and shoulder stiffness, fast heart rate, and feeling like blacking out even laying down? What could this be?
See your doctor: What you are describing could be an infection see your doctor soon. ...Read more
5-year old with a low grade fever between 101 and 102 for 2 days. Cough. Healthy appetite. No complaints in terms of throat, etc. Should we continue to treat with Children's Tylenol or see Doctor?
Give another day : Most likely the child has an upper respiratory viral infection, which resolved in 5-7 days with symptomatic treatment only like Tylenol or Motrin. If fevers persists beyond a week, child should be examined for any secondary bacterial infection which generally needs antibiotics. ...Read more
Been having low grade fever, hot flashes on/off, fast heartbeat when laying down, dizziness, shaking in my hands, fatigue most of the day, body aches?
Blood test: Sounds like you may have a viral illness or possibly thyroid disorder. If persists see your doctor. ...Read more
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