How high does your fever get with swine flu?
I have heard so much about the symptoms of Swine flu but not about how high of a fever to expect.So my question is whats the beginning symptoms like when you are first getting it to expect and how high does your fever get?
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How high should you fever be to be suspected swine flu?
My niece (4y) went to the doctor and they told her father that she might have the swine flu, but they don't want to test her. On the top of everything, they gave her her 4y vaccination. She has fever around 102, and all the other symptoms. We don't know how to find out what's wrong. The time is passing by, we don't have time to transfer her file to other doctor. Should we take her to the ER?
Because of her age i think it is best to take her to the Emergency room if her father isn't happy with the result of her normal physician. I wouldn't jump towards Swine flu because there are many other viruses out there now being flu season but because of her age and her fever i would take her, better safe than sorry. (+ info
Does the swine flu always come with a fever?
I live in Spokane and there is a huge number of people in schools getting flu and even swine flu. I think I caught a bug, but I'm concerned that it may be swine flu because I show many of the symptoms. One of the only ones I don't show is fever. So does swine flu always cause a fever?
It almost always causes a high fever that is not susceptible to Tylenol or Motrin and lasts for greater than 24 hours. However, not having a fever does not mean you don't have it. Call your doctors office and find out what their protocol for the H1N1 flu is, most are just recommending bed rest, unless complications arise. (+ info
Is it necessary to have a running nose, cough and fever in swine flu?
Some of the Symptoms of swine flu are given below;
"fever, which is usually high, but unlike seasonal flu, is sometimes absent
runny nose or stuffy nose
fatigue or tiredness, which can be extreme
diarrhea and vomiting, sometimes, but more commonly seen than with seasonal flu
Signs of a more serious swine flu infection might include pneumonia and respiratory failure."
Is it necessary to have all these symptoms or any one or few of these symptoms for detection of a suspected case of swine flu?
What could be the minimum and maximum and general temperature in swine flu cases?
Well, I just took my 8 yr old daughter in the docs for thinking she may have some flu or swine flu or mono.
She was very very very sleepy with body aches
and slight sore throat
Doctor said she should have all or most of the symptoms you listed to have swine flu.
Ended up being, we got new kitties, so doc mentioned allergies.
We took blood work, and found out she has allergies to cats , dogs, peanuts, grass
so that could of been the reason she was down. (+ info
How to short out Swine flu fever?
I have a minimum level symptoms of swine flu fever (Dysentery & Tiredness). I thought i have a swine flu fever. Please tell me how to completely short out this fever?
Visit a doctor, have the blood test for H1N1 swine flu virus
Sort out by blood test (+ info
I had glandular fever two years ago, now i have swine flu. Will taking Tamiflu have any effect on me?
I had glandular fever two years ago, and i got it quite seriously. I spent a month off school and a week of that in hospital. Now, i have had four days of being very ill, and my mum rang the NHS and flu helpline and both the people she spoke to said I am showing symptoms of swine flu and said to take tamiflu. Will taking Tamiflu have any side effects on me because i had glandular fever?
glandular fever was treasted 2 years ago so no problem if you take the tamiflu . (+ info
Is it possible to have swine flu without a fever?
If someone could please help me out...for those of you that DID have swine flu, did you run a fever?I don't feel well...chilled, coughing, VERY tired, congestion, but NO fever. Could this be swine flu?
The symptoms of swine flu are very similar to the symptoms of regular influenza; nasal congestion, cough, sore throat, body aches and/or headaches, chills, fatigue/tiredness, diarrhea and vomiting, but unlike the regular influenza the fever is sometimes absent in swine flu.
If you have any of these symptoms, which it looks like you have most, i suggest that you go to the doctor's just to be safe. (+ info
Can you have the swine flu without having a fever?
I've been sick for about two weeks, with a bad cough. I've been really tired and weak, and just recently I've gotten a cold. But I haven't really had a fever, and I've been registering really low, as low as 93 degrees.
So could I have the swine flu?
My symptoms are a cough, runny nose, achy body, fatigue... but no fever.
and what should i do?
Can you have the swine flu if your vomiting, with muscle aches and a fever?
I vomited last night, I have been having muscle aches for a few days, and I had a fever. Could it be the swine flu?
Yes it could be. But may also be something else. Refer to a health care professional.
In the UK we have www.nhs.uk and www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk
They have symptom checkers and simple advice. (+ info
can you get the swine flu injection if you already have a low grade fever?
my family and I are getting the swine flu vaccine tomorrow morning. My 13 year old just got a low grade fever 100.2 and I don't know if it is safe for her to get the vaccine tomorrow? Is it okay for her to get the vaccine or should we wait until she does not have the fever?
Do not get the Vaccine. (+ info
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