Can a chronic sinus infection be caused by fecal bacteria, as a result of living with 3 month sewer backup, continued pain, and fever as well as severe sinus infection?
How long does a fever normally last in children?
How long does the parvo-virus live?
How long does the virus HIV live in the open?
What are the symptoms of the West Nile virus?
What should I do for a persistent fever caused by penumonia?
When should I call the doctor if my child has a fever?
A viral fever usually lasts between two and three days, but in some cases might last a week. If the fever is persistent, check for a possible bacterial infection.
Typically, a viral fever lasts about 3 - 5 days. After the third day the fever becomes lesser and you feel better. A fev4er that lasts longer needs a doctor visit.
Before giving any advice, perhaps one should explain his/her qualifications to so so, along with the answer
That is difficult to answer. Usually fever ends when the person is no longer transmissable. For some it might be days and others might be weeks.
A mild fever normally lasts from twenty four up to forty eight hours , the virus could last up to a week
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