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3 hours ago However, there have been reports of onset of fever with no other symptoms. The following article discusses this issue in detail: Causes. When the body temperature rises, it is an indication that the person is suffering from a bacterial or viral infection. Other than fever, an infection of this kind, may not cause any symptoms.

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5 hours ago Fatigue, swollen eyelids, and loss of appetite will also appear after fever caused by roseola. Fever with no other symptoms in child might indicate ear infections. You may not notice any visible signs for the first few days but ear infections will affect hearing ability after some time. A teething child could also have low grade fever.

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1 hours ago And yes, it’s completely possible for adults to develop a fever with no other symptoms, and for doctors to never truly find the cause. Viral Infections can commonly cause fevers, and such infections include COVID-19, cold or the flu, airway infection like bronchitis, or the classic stomach bug. That’s why you often hear the word “viral

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2 hours ago Dr. Hunter Handsfield answered. Infectious Disease 54 years experience. Probably normal: Like many people, you probably assume 98.6F is the maximum normal body temperature. Actually, it's the average temperature over the day.

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8 hours ago Common causes of a fever in adults are: viral infection (like the flu or a cold) bacterial infection. fungal infection. food poisoning. heat exhaustion. serious sunburn. inflammation (from

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6 hours ago Usually when a person develops a fever, he or she has pain, or cough, or other symptoms that explain why the fever is occurring. But occasionally people develop fevers without an apparent reason. When fevers persist, doctors refer to such a fever as fever of unknown origin. Abbreviated FUO, this unusual form of fever is defined by the presence

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8 hours ago The presence of a fever with no other symptoms or vague and transient symptoms is referred to as a non-specific fever. In this instance, a diagnosis is difficult to make without further investigation. Some of the investigations that would be considered in the event of a non-specific fever include:

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8 hours ago Other signs of a fever in a young child may include: Being irritated or fussy. Not wanting to eat or drink as much as usual. Crying (typically it’s high-pitched). Pulling at the ears. Being less responsive than normal. Each child is different and while some may show many of these symptoms, others may show few or even no signs of discomfort.

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1 hours ago My four-year-old has a fever of 101 but no other symptoms should I take him to the ER? Doctor's Assistant: The Pediatrician can help. Just a couple quick questions before I transfer you. How long has your four-year-old had the fever? Like an hour. Doctor's Assistant: Besides the fever, do they also have a cough or chills? No

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8 hours ago The main symptoms of a fever include: Elevated temperature (above 100.4°). Chills, shivering, shaking. Body aches and headaches. Fatigue (tiredness). However, if you or your child are experiencing a higher-than-normal body temperature and no other symptoms of illness, don’t assume something is wrong. A person's body temperature changes

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9 hours ago Whenever your toddler experiences a fever, it is an indication that he has a healthy immune system, and his body is fighting against some infection in his body. Some of the signs and symptoms that indicate that your toddler has a fever: The thermometer reads 38°C (101°F) or above. The body is warm. Sleeping more.

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8 hours ago Answer (1 of 2): Most probably it is a viral fever but still you need to get some investigations. If normal , it will be a case of simple viral fever. If so it will subside by it's own but you must visit a physician and won't try to be a Google doctor or an online doctor.

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1 hours ago 9 reasons why you may be feeling feverish without a fever. 1. Psychogenic fever. Psychogenic fever is a stress -related condition that could cause an increase in body temperature or feverish symptoms. This condition may be triggered by traumatic events or chronic stress . 2.

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3 hours ago muscle spasms. problems with movement and balance. vision changes. feelings of tingling and numbness. bowel and bladder problems. mental health issues. problems with thinking and learning. sexual

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6 hours ago 3. Ear Infections. A fever with no other symptoms might also be caused by ear infections. No other symptoms will only be apparent for a few days in case of ear infections because hearing problems will appear soon. 4. Bug Bite. Another cause …

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6 hours ago Age 3-6 months old with fever. Age 6-12 months old with fever that lasts more than 24 hours. There are no other symptoms (such as cough or diarrhea). Fever lasts more than 3 days. Fever returns after gone for more than 24 hours. You think your child needs to be seen, but the problem is not urgent.

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9 hours ago You need to keep a temperature chart. Give a medicine to lower the fever when it comes. Give plenty of fluids. Sponge the child to bring the fever down. Generally viral fever takes about 3-5 days to settle. If the fever persists in this high range 102.7 to 101 then consult a doctor, preferably a pediatrician. Hope this helps.

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