Fever Care

Fever Care

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  1. Generic: Azithromycin
    Equivalent Brand: Zithromax
    30 Tablet/s
  2. Generic: Azithromycin
    Equivalent Brand: Zithromax
    30 Tablet/s
  3. Generic: Chloroquine
    Equivalent Brand: Aralen
    90 Tablet/s
  4. Generic: Penicillin G
    Equivalent Brand: Pfizerpen
    60 Tablet/s
  5. Generic: Artesunate
    Equivalent Brand: Falcigo
    6 Vial/s
  6. Generic: Ibuprofen
    Equivalent Brand: Motrin
    30 Tablet/s
  7. Generic: Acetaminophen
    Equivalent Brand: Acephen
    50 Tablet/s
  8. Generic: Ibuprofen
    Equivalent Brand: Motrin
    30 Tablet/s
  9. Generic: Artesunate + Sulphadoxine + Pyrimethamine
    Equivalent Brand: Larinate Kit
    10 Kit/s
  10. Generic: Primaquine
    Equivalent Brand: Malirid
    56 Tablet/s
  11. Generic: Artesunate
    Equivalent Brand: Artesunate
    30 Tablet/s
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A fever is an advanced-than-normal body temperature, one of the body’s natural responses to infection. A low- grade fever is not generally a cause for concern, but a temperature 102 °F and over should be treated.

What is a fever?

A fever is an advanced-than-normal body temperature. It’s an indication of your body's accepted fight counter to poison.

  • For adults, a fever is when your temperature is advanced than100.4 °F.
  • For kids, a fever is when their temperature is advanced than100.4 °F (measured rectally); 99.5 °F (measured orally); or 99 °F (measured under the arm).

The average normal body temperature is98.6 ° Fahrenheit (or 37 ° Celsius). When you or your child’s temperature rises a many degrees above normal, it’s a sign that the body is healthy and fighting infection. In utmost cases, that’s a good thing.

But when a fever rises above 102 °F it should be treated at home and, if necessary, by your healthcare provider if the fever doesn’t go down after a many days.

What are symptoms of a fever?

The main symptoms of a fever include

  • Elevated temperature (above100.4 °).
  • Chills, shivering, shaking.
  • Body aches and headaches.
  • Fatigue (tiredness).
  • Intermittent or constant sweating.
  • Flushed complexion or hot skin.

What causes a fever?

A fever has numerous causes and can be a symptom of nearly any illness. Among the most common are

  • Colds or flu.
  • Earaches.
  • Bronchitis.
  • Strep throat.
  • Urinary tract infections.
  • Mononucleosis.

Still, if you or your child are passing an advanced-than-normal body temperature and no other symptoms of illness, don’t assume something is wrong. A person's body temperature changes throughout the day and varies with numerous normal activities and emotions.

For example, anxiety, excitement, heavyweight clothing, diet, assured medicines, a menstrual cycle and workout can all increase body high temperature. Also, children tend to have a slightly advanced body temperature than adults.

What's the stylish way to measure body temperature?

The stylish way to measure body temperature is using a thermometer fitted orally, rectally, axillary (under the arm), or by using a special instrument generally vended in stores that's fitted in the ear and procedures the fever of the tympanic membrane.

Can a fever be treated at home?

Still, also no medical treatment is needed, If your fever is mild (lower than 101 °F). Only make assured that you drink plenty of fluids (not alcohol) – and become plenty of break.

For advanced temperatures, there are numerous effective ways to getting your fever under control. The most common way includes medications similar as aspirin, acetaminophen and ibuprofen.

Still, DO NOT give the child aspirin, If you have a child under age 17 who has a fever. Aspirin in children may beget Reye's syndrome, an eventually fatal illness. Taking a lukewarm bath (around 98 °F) may also help bring the body's temperature down.

What are the side effects of fever medicine?

A veritably serious antipathetic reaction to this medicine is rare. Still, get medical help right down if you notice any symptoms of a serious antipathetic reaction, including rash, itching/ swelling (especially of the face/ lingo/ throat), severe dizziness, trouble breathing.