Swine Flu (H1N1/09)

How can have Swine Flu without fever?


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2009-09-15 21:26:22
2009-09-15 21:26:22

You can have Swine Flu without fever. Fully 1/2 of people with swine flu have had no fever. I did not have a fever, but I ended up with acute pneumonia after only 24 hours. It went straight to my chest!

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Not if they are no longer infected. If you are in contact with them after they had the flu but it has been a full 24 hours since they last had a fever without taking fever-reducing medicine, then they should no longer be able to pass the flu virus to you.

if u have swine flu other people can get sick too whether u have fever or not

No, some people do not have fever with the H1N1/09 swine flu, although it is a common symptom. See the related question for more information about the symptoms of A-H1N1/09 Pandemic swine flu.

the only way to know if its swine flu is if its not in the regular flu season like summer

Not always will you have the swine flu if you have a temperature over 101 but you should go see a doctor

No.The Swine Fever is a disease that affects pigs and wild boar. The virus that causes it is very different than the swine flu H1N1/09 virus that causes Swine Flu in people.Swine Fever is also known as Classical Swine Fever, hog cholera, and pig plague.Swine Fever spreads rapidly and easily among pigs and causes fever, skin lesions, and even convulsions. It can cause losses for the pork producers, with the younger animals dying as quickly as 15 days from the onset of symptoms.See the WikiPedia link below for more information on Swine Fever, a disease of pigs which is different than Swine flu (H1N1/09 virus) that caused the pandemic of 2009.(Comments and discussion unrelated to the question have been moved from here to the discussion page.)

Having a fever can make you feel cold and shiver from sweating. It is nature's way to cool you off from a fever. You may also feel hot with a fever. You can have a fever with the Swine Flu (Novel H1N1), so you may feel either way from the fever. See related question links below for more information about swine flu symptoms.

It is possible you have some type of flu but it may or may not be flu and it may or may not be swine flu. The only way to know for sure is to get lab testing. See the related question below about what to do if you think you have swine flu.

The black death caused armpit swelllings, buboes, fever and death. Swine flu is basically just another form of the flu.

Hi, The effects from swine flu can vary but are generally very similar to that of the regular flu. Fever, chills, sore throat, coughing, and a plethora of other flu-like symptoms can be the result of swine flu. If not treated promptly, swine flu MAY cause serious bodily harm, including death.

Most important is fever, if there´s no fever it´s not the flu. Other symptoms can be : muscular aches, breathing difficulties, throat pain, headache. From what I´ve heard if there are 3 or more of these symptoms there´s a high probabilty of swine flu, but there MUST be fever present.

Well only because right now is cold and flu season and you have a fever is not thatcontagious. You only have the swine flu if you these symptoms.1. Cough2. Vomiting(Sometimes)3. Diarrhea(Sometimes)4. Sneezing or Runny nose (stuffy nose)5. Fever (not everyone with the flu won't have the fever)6. Muscle and body aches7. Headache8. Chills9. Fatigue10. Sore throatIf you have all these symptoms you are diagnosed with the swine flu. If you do have see a doctor immediately so the swine flu virus won't spread.

The symptoms of swine flu are the same as other more common flu strains. There is no way of knowing if your flu was the swine flu without laboratory testing.

Well, it's quite easy. The swine flu symptoms are these : Having a high temperature (fever) Having very bad coughs Having a very bad headache Having a blocked or runny nose Having a very bad sore throat Usually, when people catch swine flu, the fever indicates that they have caught the swine flu.

Swine flu is the common name given to a new strain of influenza (flu). It is called swine flu because it is thought to have originated in pigs, but this is not certain. People with swine flu typically have a fever or high temperature (over 38°C) and may also have aching muscles, sore throat and/or a dry cough. In other words, the symptoms are very similar to seasonal (regular) flu. Most people recover within a week, even without special treatment. But as per today, swine flu has no tratment, except death

over 102. the infant has swine flu

head aches, vomiting, FEVER,... its just a regular flu

yes...usually its just a really really high fever..but sore throats are exceptional....you may have it or not during the swine flu

symptoms of swine flu are fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, headache, chills, and fatigue.Many people with swine flu have had diarrhea and vomiting.

It is one of the more common symptoms, but every person does not get every common symptom of the flu. See the related question below about the symptoms of H1N1/09 pandemic swine flu.

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Pig fever? Swine flu? It spreads just like any other flu - mostly airborne droplets expelled by infected people.

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The symptoms of swine flu and normal flu are very similar, even doctors cannot tell them apart without swabbing and testing. As a result a lot of people who think they have had swine flu have probably only had normal flu.

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