Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

What to do in Viral Fever

Viral Fever is quite common in India during changes in weather. It’s characterized by fatigue, chills, body aches, and fever. The illness is usually transmitted through the air by droplets from infected people, or by touching infected secretions. It lasts from three to seven days, with the fever at its most severe in the first three days. Respiratory symptoms tend to develop later on, and can include cough and in severe cases pneumonia.

Preventative measures:

Unfortunately, viral fever is easily spread and difficult to prevent. Medications are available to treat the symptoms and control the side effects where necessary, and it’s a good idea to see a doctor if you get viral fever.

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