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Shock Caused By High Fever
A condition in which a person cannot circulate enough blood (carrying oxygen and nutrients) to the vital organs in the body. If shock persists, various parts of the body will stop working, and the person will die. Causes of shock include injuries, excessive bleeding, heart failure, infections, chemical imbalances, ...Read more
Hi good evening, may i know why my son has a high fever? What can be causes of having it? As of the moment he's at 39.5
This is the 4th time my daughter has gotten a high fever, 103, for one day then is fine the next day. 4th time in 9 months. No other symptoms. Cause?
How to get a high fever overnight ? (Idk, cause i see a lot people eat toothpaste to get one,but i think it's too dangerous)(yes, it's GET, not TREAT)
A number of things: If persists or recurs need to see doctor. ...Read more
Ecolite whqt causes this 18 month grand-daughter has servere high fever and no other systems of illness?
Fever: Some older infants with fever show no other symptoms. If your granddaughter is feeding and voiding well hand is playful, she may be developing a viral infection. If her pediatrician cannot find an obvious cause of her fever, a urinalysis and/or culture should be done. Baby girls can have urinary tract infections. ...Read more
Severe headache: A headache is a symptom, caused by some underlying condition. Sudden, severe headaches require attention and probable deserve imaging such at cat scans or mris. The best medical consideration is to seek personalized medical advise in a visit to your doctor, where age, family history and a good physical can be obtained. ...Read more
Many: Lots of viruses can cause a high fever - influenza (flu) is one of them. Colds can cause fevers too. So can the "stomach flu" - which are often viruses. Having a fever or the number that it reaches isn't in and of itself a cause for concern. Doctors are more concerned with why a fever is happening. ...Read more