The main symptoms of a fever include: Elevated temperature (above 100.4°). Chills, shivering, shaking. Body aches and headaches. Fatigue (tiredness). Intermittent or constant sweating.When should I go to the doctor for a fever?
If you’ve developed symptoms (however mild), stay at home for 10 days from the start of your symptoms and arrange to be tested. Do not go to your GP, pharmacy or hospital. Only phone 111 if your symptoms are severe. Your normal body temperature is approximately 37C. A fever is usually when your body temperature is 37.8C or higher.What is a fever and when do you have one?
A fever is usually when your body temperature is 37.8C or higher. You may feel warm, cold or shivery. You can find out if you have a fever by using a thermometer to take your temperature. What causes a fever? A fever is your body's natural response to many common illnesses such as:What are the symptoms of glandular fever?
Glandular fever can also cause: a general sense of feeling unwell aching muscles chills sweats loss of appetite pain around or behind your eyes swollen tonsils and adenoids (small lumps of tissue at the back of the nose), which may affect your breathing the inside of your throat to become very red and ooze fluid