I've had the flu for 6days should igo to the doctor?

If you are still sic. If you are still sick than go to the doctor but mild flu without complication can get better by itself and if you are recovering than you may do what you have been doing.

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It hurts to breathe in and out, plus I've had the flu I think. Couldnt afford to see doctor.?

Charity . Go to university clinic and be frank about your financial situation. They will help you and will find financial counselor who will help to wave all or part of the fee. Read more...

How do doctors determine if it's the flu or a common cold?

Flu more severe. The flu is more severe, with more "systemic" symptoms: body aches, fever, headache. You get some of those symptoms with a cold too, but respiratory symptoms (sore throat, nasal congestion, cough) usually come first and are the most bothersome. Also, flu occurs over a more limited time frame: usually the winter months in north america, while colds can occur throughout the year. Read more...

I missed a flight due to the flu and I need a doctors note. It's a sick form I have to fill out. Can you help me fill it out?

Help fill out. No, I cannot help you. You must see your primary doctor who will check you out and prepare a document for you to show when you are ready to get on the plane. If you still have the flu, consider holding off the flight if you can. Read more...

What works against the flu without going to the doctors?

Self-limited illness. Duration & severity of flu can be limited to an extent by rest, drinking extra fluids, eating healthy, avoiding stress, using aspirin, tylenol, (acetaminophen) aleve or Motrin for associated headache, body aches or fever. Some claim that extra vitamin c and echinacea based supplements also help. Prescription anti-viral drugs, such as tamiflu, given within 48 hours of onset of symptoms shorten the duration. Read more...

Should I take my kids to the doctor for the flu?

Depends on situation. In the first 48 hrs of symptoms there are medications that can be prescribed to help the kids not feel as sickly during the illness. If > 48hrs, the answer is more specific to each kids needs. If the kid has developed dehydration or signs of a secondary problem, a physicians help may be needed. If just mopey but taking fluids well & playing some, you might just ride it out. Read more...