I had the flu 17 days ago and still have flu like symtoms such as fatigue diziness and 2 eye infections. Low grade fever and musle and joint aches, ?

More tests. would recommend you see your doctor and obtain more testing, because this sounds like a more significant infection than a simple virus.

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My daughter had the flu and it seems to be over but still has a low grade fever of 99.5, and a mild sore throat. Why would 99.5 still be lingering?

Not a fever. I know we are all taught growing up that a normal temperature is 98.6, but that's an average. In the world of pediatrics anything less than 100.4 is considered within normal range. While you may be used to your child having a temperature lower than her current 99.5 it's still considered okay. Read more...

My dad has 22.45 WBC with 71.1% NEU and 18% LYM. No chest nodules, joint/bone pain or above mild fatigue - can lift stuff and doesn't sleep to long or too short. He's a smoker. No sight problems or body ache. He only had the flu the day he gave the sample

Repeat check CBC. This can be caused by an infection(does he have any fever?). It can also be a lab error or some other rare cause which can be looked into if the count does not decrease back to normal(Under 10,000). You should get a repeat blood count done. It is called CBC(complete blood count). Read more...
Respiratory illness . I'm so sorry your father isn't feeling well. Studies show smokers are at high risk for community acquired pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung cancer. The influenza virus predisposes to superinfection with bacterial pneumonia and based on pulmonary exam I would treat your father for a mixed infection with oseltamivir and either azithromycin or moxifloxacin/ dep on risk factors. Read more...

I had the flu like 2 weeks ago for 5 days. Since then I have had a mild cough and I have fatigue is this normal?

It's common. If you had real influenza, cough and fatigue can hang around for several weeks. Fever usually goes away first, but the other symptoms can take a while. Watch week - to - week to see improvement, but if you back-slide and symptoms increase, contact your doctor. Read more...