What are the symptoms before the onset of a fever?
Fever is often one of the first symptoms to appear for many conditions both viral and bacterial. Other early signs of infection or illness might be head or muscle aches, swollen or tender spots on the body, or a wound showing signs of a developing infection. This is not an inclusive list. Take Lyme Disease for example; a round rash develops at the bite location then a range of symptoms can appear that can, but does not always, include fever. The presence or absence of a fever is not an indicator of the severity of the disease in this case. Any set of symptoms that seem unusual should be checked out by a physician.
Some of the symptoms for the flu are the same as the common cold, but there are a few symptoms that you only get with the flu. The most common of these symptoms are a fever of 101 or higher, body and joint aches, and a headache. If you are experiencing these symptoms along with other cold like symptoms we recommend seeing your Dr. about the flu.
Adults shed influenza virus from the day before symptoms begin through 5-10 days after illness onset. However, the amount of virus shed, and presumably infectivity, decreases rapidly by 3-5 days after onset in an experimental human infection model. Young children also might shed virus several days before illness onset, and children can be infectious for 10 or more days after onset of symptoms. Severely immunocompromised persons can shed virus for weeks or months.
Anywhere from no symptoms to symptoms present in varying severity. The onset of symptoms is abrupt and may include fever, headache, backache, general ill-feeling, muscle pain, nausea, vomiting, light sensitivity, restlessness, irritability, dizziness, nosebleed, gum bleeding, and extreme exhaustion. Remission may occur in a few days, but relapse is often experienced with worsened symptoms. Heavy internal bleeding may cause heart/circulatory dysfunction and death. Delirium, agitation, seizures, stupor, and coma may be seen as well.
Swine Fever is a disease that affects pigs and wild boar. 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 many losses for the pork producers, with the younger animals dieing as quickly as 15 days from onset of symptoms. See the WikiPedia link below for more information on Swine Fever…
The symptoms of yellow fever are a high fever, nose bleed, and neck and back pain. The symptoms of yellow fever may not appear for three to six days after contracting the disease. Severe cases of yellow fever have three phases. In the first phase, the aforementioned symptoms are evidenced. No apparent symptoms are evident in the second phase. In the third phase of severe yellow fever, organ failure, jaundice and even death may occur.
Yes you can. Sometimes you can get a fever without having other symptoms from certain over-the-counter medications. Other times, it can be a trigger that you are ABOUT to get sick. For example: The flu generally starts off with a low-grade fever (which is a temperature of 99-101 degrees measured orally) without any other symptoms present (You'll feel hot, but other than that nothing else). As other symptoms start to develop and they will develop…
MS symptoms can appear at any age. Young children are rarely diagnosed with the disease, but after puberty your odds can increase, especially if someone in your family is diagnosed with MS. On average, patients are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, with the mid-thirties being the most common age range for symptom appearances.
Dengue fever symptoms Symptoms are most likely to be seen in adults and older children. Young children may not show any symptoms. these include The sudden onset of fever lasting from three daysto a week Bad headaches particularly behind the eyes Pain in muscles and joints like ankles, knees and elbows A metallic taste in mouth, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain Flushed skin on face and neck followed by a fine skin rash…