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I have been fine since 3 months the lockdown started though am taking medications for my bronchitis. I have not had fever. Am getting fever since past 3 days. The fever goes down when I take paracetamol, then again it comes back the next day (again I have to repeat taking the pills to bring down the fever). First day my fever hit upto 103° now it doesn't increase more than 101°. I don't have any other issues, am able to eat properly no puking sensation however I feel dizzy and headache because of the fever. Please advise of the condition.
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Hi The fever might be due to inflammation . Do u have cough with expectorantion I need to know wat medications ru using right now Any chest tightness and wheezing??
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get cbp ,AEC,x ray chest pa view,sputum culture analysis
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Do you have sore throat, myalgia? If so Corona (Covid 19) should be ruled out in this pandemic situation
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Started any antibiotics? Any other issues, pls consult.
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Nee to be evaluated
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