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No, I know from experience that treating the fever know may drop your body temperature to below the average temp. It may sound silly, but wait until the temperature reaches 99.8 or 99.9 because a 99.6 fever can go down easier if done the right way, then a 99.8 pr 99.9 because those temps are on the brink of 100.0
99.6 is a low fever, yet in the event that somebody is having genuine side effects (chills, shaking, cerebral pain, queasiness, regurgitating, stomachache, rash, or a large group of other conceivable indications including laziness), at that point more care is required, than if it is basically a fever on the grounds that the body has a raised temperature because of currently battling a disease, yet where a youngster or grown-up can feel ordinary and play or work as required.
So ,99.6 fever is not at all harmfull untill you started having some symptoms .If serious symptoms persist you must visit doctor for that.
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It depends on the age of the patient and other symptoms. 99.6 is a low-grade fever, but if someone is having serious symptoms (chills, shaking, headache, nausea, vomiting, stomachache, rash, or a host of other possible symptoms including lethargy), then more care is needed, than if it is simply a fever because the body has a raised temperature due to actively fighting an infection, but where a child or adult is able to feel normal and play or work as needed.
Fluids and rest are appropriate, as long as nothing else beyond malaise (feeling sort of ill) is going on. Beyond that, call the nurse if you have questions.
99.6 is a temperature, not a fever. At this temp, no treatment is necessary. At 100.4 you have a fever and if you are symptomatic, you can take some Tylenol or advil. I would also advise finding the cause of the fever if it lasts over 24-48 hrs.
Fever in itself is not treated. The underlying cause must be looked for. Fever is basically a result of the body having its internal thermostat reset by increasing amounts of a couple chemicals called interleukin 1 and tumoral necrosis factor, provoked generally by the presence of an infection (there are lots of other causes, for you medical nerds, I did not forget). Once these chemicals decrease, the fever breaks because the thermostat is reset to normal. Anyways, a fever could be due to anything from a regular viral infection like the flu, to a meningeal infection. Treat the cause, bye fever. If it is a condition that cannot be treated as such, like the flu, NSAIDS work by decreasing the levels of the chemicals I mentioned earlier.
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I went to the Gastrointestinal doctor recently for this. She asked me a bunch of questions like, if I had heartburn or nausea etc. I answered no to all of them. She said that it didn’t have have to do with GI, she referred me to a neurologist. Turns out I have a tic disorder. Most likely brought on from stress.
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Take some acetaminophen or Ibuprofen if you don’t feel well and get some sleep.
General fever, or localized inflammation, is how the immune system “cooks” infected cells. Raising the temp. causes the glycogen to die, harden like an egg white that was clear and fluid, before the temp. rose. Some scientists and MD’s warn that taking aspirin to lower the fever might defeat the immune system’s work. I think that makes sense, and most fever drops after a short time. High fever, above 102F is dangerous because the the threat becomes “cooking” normal, uninfected cells. If an area is infected, the inflammation heat kills the infected cells and the invaders, and at a certain temp., cholesterol becomes “sticky” and adheres to the wound site, ending the inflammation and becoming the scab seal.
It’s true, very simple and that’s how it works.
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