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Fever does not indicate infection - Answers.com

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While not an absolute, an infection (which, in medical terms, is something caused by bacteria, NOT a virus or parasite), will usually cause a fever. It's one of the ...

True or false Fever does not indicate infection - Answers.com

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True or false Fever does not indicate infection ... Does fever indicate infection ?

Does a fever mean that you have an infection? | Zocdoc Answers

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However, the degree of a fever does not necessarily indicate how sick a person is. It happens when something is wrong, usually an infection within the body, ...

Fever in Adults - Infections - Merck Manuals Consumer Version

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Similarly, a fever does not stay at a constant temperature. Sometimes temperature peaks every day and then returns to normal—a process called intermittent ...

Fever Facts: High Temperature Causes and Treatments - WebMD

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It's usually a symptom of an underlying condition, most often an infection. Fever is ... Fever is generally not considered dangerous, but hyperthermia can cause ...

Fever: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

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Aug 30, 2014 ... Brain damage from a fever generally will not occur unless the fever is over 107.6° F (42°C). Untreated fevers caused by infection will seldom go ...

Fever: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments - Medical News Today

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Nov 6, 2015 ... Physicians say that as long as the fever is mild, we do not generally need to ... in neutralizing the bacterium or virus that is causing the infection.

What is a fever? - Infectious Disease - Sharecare

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The degree of fever does not necessarily indicate the seriousness of the underlying ... How high the fever goes does not indicate how bad the infection is.

6 Fever Myths—Busted | Prevention

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Dec 2, 2011 ... Things other than infection can cause your temperature to rise ... you are contagious, and when you are contagious you may not have a fever.