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Symptoms ... ple with a subarachnoid hemorrhage will not usually have a high fever, or have a rash on their skin. However, in either case, bo ... » Read on
Risks ... m the mouth (for more than two minutes), a fever, or intense pain, that is not reduced ... » Read on