Is it the Flu or a Cold?
Symptoms come on gradually
Fever usually lower than a temperature of 100.3° F
Irritability and discomfort
Some pain when coughing
Symptoms that last three to seven days
Symptoms that are mild and moderately uncomfortable
Symptoms that gradually fade away and do not return.
Symptoms come on rapidly
Loss of appetite
Fever usually higher than a temperature of 100.4° F
Disorientation and listlessness, combined with difficulty moving
Constant severe back and body pain
Symptoms that last more than 10 days
Symptoms that are severe or persistent.
Symptoms that linger and escalate over a period of time
The chart above is to serve only as a guideline. If you feel unwell, you should speak to a medical professional. Check with your health insurance provider to see if they offer a nurse advice line. Most nurse advice lines are 24/7 and offer you access to a medical professional at any time it is convenient for you – right from your own home.
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