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I had gas/diaherrea and vomited once yesterday. Today I've been stable but have the chills and a fever of 100.3. No runny nose or sore throat.?

See your doctor. This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. Read more...

Son has been spiking a fever 103° then will go down for three days with vomiting & stuffy nose no energy has a stuffy nose also no sore throat headach?

Fever. I would recommend calling your son's pediatrician. If your child is young, he should be seen by a physician soon to ensure the proper exam and treatment. Read more...

My 2yr old has had a runny nose x3days... The drainage is clear. Doctor says viral. Now he has fever/sore throat/vomiting/lethargy. Is it bacterial?

Probably not. Clear mucus is not a typical finding in bacterial infection. The symptoms are more suggestive of a viral illness. If the fever persists see your doctor. Read more...
Maybe. There is always the day before the appendicitis, ear infection, pneumonia, etc. If you went in for an exam and the kid had no treatable illness, it doesn't mean it won't happen the next day.Kids who drain can develop other issues overnight, and if the symptoms have increased and the kid is feeling worse, it may be something treatable. It might also just be the natural course of a virus. Read more...

4 days of sore throat and a little fever and chills. Could it be cold? With no runny nose and other signs.

A virus. Sounds like it may be a viral pharyngitis, which is the doctor term for you have just a sore throat caused by a virus without the other symptoms of what most would consider a "cold (the runny nose, etc). Yes, you can just get the throat symptoms with certain viruses, as adults do when they get laryngitis and lose their voices. In kids, the same virus causes croup. Rest, fluids and time are cures. Read more...

I have a cold. Chills, nose. Off and on sore throat. And a 99.0 temp is that a fever. What is a normal temp?

Fever definition. The average body temperature is 98.6°f. A temperature of 99° is not considered a fever. Patients often believe that if their temperature typically runs a little lower than the average, 99° makes this a significant fever. It is very unlikely that this would be clinically significant. We typically become concerned when your temperature is greater than 101.5°f with the use of a fever reducer such as tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen. Read more...