Highest Fever Ever Recorded?

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According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the highest fever ever recorded was 115.7 degrees. This fever was recorded on a man with heat stroke, who was hospitalized for more than 20 days and later discharged.
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Generally, Fevers are kept below 108 degrees because of a 'thermostat' in your brain. There has been records of fever of about that much, but hardly ever higher. Brain damage can
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I believe it's around 130 degrees. You should get her to a hospital.
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