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WFMW - How To Lower High Fever by Mommyfied .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Feb 2009 3:31pm One evening about two weeks ago, Hubby-jr’s temperature soared above 39.6°C. It wasn’t the first time but it still freaked me out. High fevers - another thing I’ll never get “used to” being a mom. Going into the night, the fever didn’t quite subside even after two rounds of panadol (paracetamol). We couldn’t feed him Nurofen(Ibuprofen), ... Read on »
junior high cheap nike air max 2012 school sophomore I suddenly high fever by adds317 Posted Thu 17 Jan 2013 1:48am     Winter in junior high  cheap nike air max 2012 school sophomore, I suddenly high fever, the school doctor said I was suffering from infectious diseases, also said to be contagious students. I remember the night of the day, the voice of the burning smoke, the class teacher to the dormitory to see me, and also sent water, I drank a lot of water t ... Read on »
High fevers… by Margaret Patient Expert Posted Mon 31 Jan 2011 5:32am Stefano had been complaining about not feeling well more or less since Wednesday…and I kept telling him to take his temperature but, no, he didn’t think he had a fever. Men. On Friday morning he woke up feeling simply awful, but he told me that he had to go to work. He didn’t last long. After swinging by our doctor’s office, he was hom ... Read on »
High fever and a trip to the ER! by Kelly Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 8:53am Well, last night when she got home from daycare, Jenelle was running a fever of 103. I gave her Tylenol and she was fine the rest of the evening. Around 3:00 a.m., she was awake and running a fever of 100. More Tylenol and she went back to sleep. At 6:30 this morning, Jenelle had a fever of 105.3! Off to the ER we went! At the ER, they ... Read on »
High fever and hives by Kelly Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Jun 2009 12:24pm In the last two days my fever has been as high as 103.8. Today it is a little lower around 101. Unfortunately, I started getting hives this morning - not fun. Needless to say, I'm miserable, and still in isolation. Please keep those prayers coming! Who knew this last round would go with a bang! Read on »
High Fevers and Pain by Moshura's Sister Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Dec 2011 12:00am Its been a couple of tough days for Marco. His fevers have gotten pretty high in the last couple of days, it got to the point yesterday that I called hospice to ask how the hell to get the fever down. Nothing was working all damn day. She said I had to place ice packs under his arm and cold towels on his forehead, and call her in an hours to see ... Read on »
High Fever and Infection by Kelly Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 May 2009 10:13pm Just a quick update on me. It seems it was a good idea to admit me to the hospital on Friday, because I started spiking a fever Saturday evening. It's the kind of fever that starts with chills, then goes really high. Yesterday it hit 102.8. An Infectious Disease doctor was called in and she requested a second MRI and some tests, and also added ... Read on »
From Clinic On Last Thursday To The Day Of Being Sick And Then With High Fever And Low Blood Presure And Then..... by Megan Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:19pm OK well the reason I have not been blogging for a long time like a week ago. Well this is why and this is what happened. So last Thursday which was a Clinic Day and on 29 of January. So me and my mommy woke up, so my mom got in the shower and I took a nice hot bath because my legs were aching so bad that i cryed, and we both got dressed and all rea ... Read on »
Swine flu info available by Sarah W. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 22 Jul 2009 4:45pm Please note that information in this posting  should not be taken as being a replacement for conventional medical advice. I’ve been inundated with queries about swine flu over the last week, with worried patients asking about vaccinations, nosodes, suggestions for homeopathic help, and ideas for  natural health steps they can take to ... Read on »
Understanding Fevers by Dr. David Jernigan Facebook Posted Fri 03 Dec 2010 7:17pm 1 Comment The human race, when viewed over the last few hundred years, is moving away from the inflammatory diseases associated with high fevers toward the more cold illnesses, such as diabetes, cancer, and fibromyalgia.  Today the average person will commonly run a “normal” body temperature between 95-97° F.  Ideally children and adults should ma ... Read on »