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What Is A Low Fever Virus
Not sure: Need more information to be able to answer. Fever is often associated with many infections, including viral. Different viruses cause different problems and different symptoms. The amount of fever usually does not suggest a particular infection. If it is very high in a child that is not acting sick, it can be a common childhood virus. "low fever virus" is really not a classification of viruses. ...Read more
UTI: HI. A low grade bladder infection is a form of urinary infection, can happen without other issues and often occurs with sexual activitiy. Lots of fluids, cranberry j and Tylenol 650 mg po q 4 hrs for pain. See your MD for a urine and culture to see if bacteria is there requiring antibiotics as well. See MD/GYN. ...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
Fever can be quite..: High and still be a normal reaction to an infxn. If by dangerous you mean malignant hyperthermia, this is generally not triggered by infection. Rather it most often follows anesthesia or neuromuscular blocker, and emerging data suggests predisposition related to mutations in many genes. For infxn-related fever, tylenol/motrin and supportive care. Should resolve w/ rx of infxn. If concerns, call dr. ...Read more
Elevation of temp: A fever is an elevation of body temperature above "normal". Some define it as a temp exceeding 100, or a temp which in 24 hrs fails to get as low as 98.6. A normal temp varies during the day from early am when it may be as low as 97 to late afternoon/evening when it will reach 99.9. There are various definitions, some which are focused on when the fever is enuf to warrant doctor intervention. ...Read more
Why does lymphoma cause low grade fevers? Is it because of blood counts? Physiologically, what causes the fever if there is no infection.
Cytokines: Fever results from cytokines, which are chemicals produced by immune system cells in response to infection and several other conditions, including some cancers, auto-immune diseases, and others. In lymphoma, the abnormal cells themselves may produce cytokines in excess, causing fever. ...Read more
What causes a fever? Bacteria or virus? I know its a germ that causes sickness but what causes a fever, bacteria or virus?
Both: Bacterial and viral infections can cause fevers, in fact they are hallmark symptoms. Viral fevers tend to be lower grade as a rule, and bacterial higher. It is one way the body fights back, by basically "cooking" the pathogen in an attempt to kill it off. The mechanisms are too lengthy to describe here, but the answer is both. ...Read more
95.9 to 99.5 : A normal temperature reading for a child when taken by mouth is 98.6 degrees f, though this measurement can range from 95.9 to 99.5 degrees f in different kids. Kids with temperatures consistently out of this range can be in danger and should see a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have low neutropil 40.7 high lymphocytes 45.8 and high monicytes 8.4 if this is avirat infection what kind of virus?
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