Fever In Adult | Warning | Doctor First | Practical Technique

In a Fever your body temperature is raised persistently above the normal level of 37* (98.6*F). A fever is one way in which the body responds to infection, so it is most likely to result from a viral illness such as flu, or a throat, chest, or urinary infection. It can also be due to other diseases, to heatstroke, sunburn, or reactions to drugs. Af first you feel warm, if your temperature goes on rising, you feel chilled and shivery, ten as it drops you feel hot and flushed. You may become dehydrated Read more [...]