goodevening...i suffered from chicken pox exactly 3 weeks ago and since then i have kept a check on my fever. my problem since then is that my fever keeps coming back every evening around 5-6 and stays till around 11:30. at the other times of the day my temperature is normal. even at night my...
Fever with shivering. What is wrong?
I had a variable body temperature 99 - 102 F. after consulting my doc, i had 3 days of antibiotic and end of the 3rd day, the fever was reduced to 98 and was constant for whole day. But on 4th day, the temperature was 100F. on the second day, i had fever with shivering ( @102F) on the same day,...
Headaches, fever, fever. On Betahistine dihydrochloride. Relief?
Hi,I am having a head ache for 3 days.from yesterday I got fever upto 99.7,to day also slit fever,no cough,no night sweat. Head ache as if I am wearing a metal fram on my head.when standing from the seated place it is more Went to doc and gave me betaserc-betahistine dyhydrocloride 24 mg .r time...
Fever, pustules on face, fever blister. suggestions?
My oldest (8) and youngest (22 months) both have really high fevers and have developed small pustules on their face. There are more on my youngest than oldest. My younger one has had a fever for 3 days and my daughter for 2. My 2 middle children are fine so my question is should I do anything...
Getting blood in the motion & having fever with 102..
My brother is getting blood in the motion and he is suffering from fever from last 3 days with 102-103. He has consulted the doctor day before yesterday and was taken some tests like : 1. Goggling the water in the mouth and spitting - After spitting doctors expression was Oh god ! 2. Blood test...
Take paracetamol to control the fever and consult a doctor.
If it is viral fever,then treatment is taking paracetamol and it goes off in 3-5 days.
If the fever is due to some infective process ,then antibiotic course would be needed.
Best is to consult a doctor and not to medicate yourself.
Hi, If your temperature is below 102°, no treatment is necessary beside waiting for the fever to pass. Take an over-the-counter medicine such as ibuprofen (Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol). Taking a lukewarm shower or bath. Putting an damp cloth on your forehead. Applying a damp cloth to legs, feet and neck. Drink lots of water in order to stay properly hydrated.
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