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Low Grade Fever In Children For A Week
A temp of: 104 or greater would warrant medical attention. Temp >107.6 °F (42 °C) creates serious risk for brain damage. What constitutes low fever is adult is debatable. Check this med line plus article: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003090.htm ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
For the past three days I have run a low grade fever (99.8-100.0) in the afternoon with muscle aches and fatigue. Otherwise symptom free. What gives?
See a doctor: Fever usually means that the body is raising the temperature to stop viral or bacterial attacks. An infant retains the mother's antibodies for about 3 months. The infant's immature immune system takes over so the baby becomes more vulnerable . If the baby's temperature is very high or very low, it may be very serious go to emergency dept, hydrate, tepid not cold water for cooling, take a temperature. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could Adult onset stills disease present with monthly low grade fevers (99-101) lasting a week, instead of the classic daily high grade fevers?
It could: 2 b on the safe side get in 2 c ur pcp 4 eval, 2 ro a serious underlying proces. ...Read more
What is the differential diagnosis for low grade fever in children since one month (99.3-99.8) with no other symptoms?
Is slight fever of 99.5 normal for an adult with a cold? I don't typically get any fever with colds, but I have a low grade fever this time.
Probably normal: Like many people, you probably assume 98.6F is the maximum normal body temperature. Actually, it's the just the average. Entirely healthy people can have body temperature up to 99.5, especially in the afternoon or evening. Certainly a cold can do it, even in people who usually don't get fevers with colds, so this is nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Had white count of over 15.5 for 4 years or more. Now vomiting every day for 2 months. No energy. Hot then cold. Low grade fever for a long time.
FUO: Would need more info to comment helpfully. If you have actually had fevers (temps reaching 100f or failing to get as low as 98.6 in 24 hr periods) you have a fever of undetermined origin, and there are dozens or more potential diagnoses, most non-infectious, but the person to see about this would be an infectious diseases expert. This is their bread and butter. Good luck. Try dr. Eugene speck. ...Read more
Depends: 105-106 will cause problems in almost everyone. I would look at how the child acts, instead of focusing on the fever. A fever usually means there is an infection that the child is fighting. If it is over 102 for more than a couple of days, or over 104 anytime, then i would see the doctor. If the child acts ill enough that you are not comfortable, then i would see the doctor. ...Read more
I've had two bouts with bronchitis in less than a month. Also dealt with staph infections and have a place on my chest now. Low grade fever. Er?
Is it unusual for an adult to have a low grade fever (99-100) with a common cold in its early stages (sore throat phase)?
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