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  1. Sydney says:

    As the infection primarily involves the mucous membranes of the head and neck, Starve a fever: Digestion does take a lot of energy from the body, but the big the proverb really means "If you feed a cold now, you'll have to starve a fever later . However, if you have a fever, you may crave a lot more food, and may need

  2. Ouida says:

    You should start to notice a difference quite soon from the antibiotics. I believe too that you did get a horse-dose of antibiotics initially when you came to the ER after the accident.Follow the instructions that accompanied your prescription – 4 pills a day, 7 days. You did have someone look at it and something was done. With such a spectra of injuries I understand very well that you get worried but the body heals in magnificent ways. You are in your prime of years, most likely.The great news is that the wounds are still cleansing. It isnt a long time until Tuesday finally comes around, and in the meantime you keep taking your cure – outcome does sound good.Hoping for a speedy recovery,R.O.

  3. Shay says:

    Why do we take a fever, aren’t we keeping our body from reducer when we are running is meant to fight off a fever if a fever infection? By taking a fever reducer fighting off

  4. Robbin says:

    Normal Dog Temperature There are hundreds of illnesses that can trigger a dog’s fever. Different infections, parasites and even cancer have been known to raise the body temperature of dogs. Dogs have a normal temperature that is slightly hi… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_5487576_dog-runs-fever.html

  5. Taryn says:

    1 Know if you are at risk . If you spend a significant amount of time around cattle, sheep, or goats you are at risk of contacting Q fever. The bacteria Coxiella burnetii is excreted in the milk , urine, and feces of infected animals. The b… More:http://www.wikihow.com/Prevent-Q-Fever-(Coxiella-Burnetii-Infection)

  6. Genna says:

    1 Know if you are at risk . Q fever is primarily a professional hazard. The following is a list of jobs that may put you at higher risk of contracting Q fever: Livestock farmers. Sheep and dairy workers. Meat processing plant workers. Resea… More:http://www.wikihow.com/Recognize-and-Treat-Q-Fever-(Coxiella-Burnetii-Infection)

  7. Scottie says:

    Feb 11, 2011 When a person experiences an unexplained fever, one of the first An increase in body temperature is most often a biological response to a viral or bacterial infection. Do you have a dental abscess or other dental problems that may Remember, an Explained Fever Does Not Always Mean Cancer

  8. Toby says:

    A person might not feel well when running a fever, but having a fever actually is a A fever of 100 or 101 degrees Fahrenheit means that white blood cells have been called to fight infection. Would you like it to heal by sipping a hot soup? If Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4564891_a-fever-start.html

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