7,524 Possible Causes for Low Fever

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Be aware of these differences: Cold symptoms Flu symptoms Low or no fever High fever Sometimes a headache Commonly a headache Stuffy, runny nose Sometimes a stuffy nose Sneezing[chop.edu] Be aware of these differences: Cold Symptoms Flu Symptoms Low or no fever High fever Sometimes a headache Commonly a headache Stuffy, runny nose Sometimes a stuffy nose Sneezing[stlouischildrens.org] Symptoms may last 4-14 days and include: Runny nose and/or sneezing Coughing Sore throat Head and body aches Low fever (less than 101 F or 38.3 C) Congestion of the ears,[uhs.umich.edu]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Common symptoms include: – Abdominal pain – Diarrhea – Nausea and vomiting – Chills, clammy skin, or sweating – Fever – Joint stiffness or muscle pain – Poor feeding – Weight[medicardphils.com] Fever increases insensible water loss.[aafp.org] Only S boulardii reduced the duration of fever.[journals.lww.com]

  • Insect Bite

    More serious infections that may require the help of antibiotics include low grade fever, severe swelling and worsening redness.[care2.com] They commonly occur in low-income rental properties and hotels.[medicalnewstoday.com] How Low Should You Go?[travmed.com]

  • Influenza

    fever.[kidshealth.org] Typically, activity is very low until December, and peak activity most often occurs between January and March.[medicinenet.com] Fever.[patient.info]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Also call if your child has any of the following: bad-smelling, bloody, or discolored pee low back pain or belly pain (especially below the belly button) a fever of over 101[kidshealth.org] […] signs may indicate a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI): • Pain or stinging when you pass urine • Urge to pass urine often, but not much comes out when you go • Pressure in your low[catholicmedicalcenter.org] Kidney infections may cause early labor and low birth weight.[americanpregnancy.org]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    fever, fatigue and prolonged malaise.[patient.info] They include : damage to the spleen a secondary infection, such as pneumonia , meningitis , or heart inflammation anemia , or a low level of red blood cells a neurological[medicalnewstoday.com] If we take high fever out of the equation, it is possible that EBV activation or infection during pregnancy could be related to early delivery and low birth weight.[americanpregnancy.org]

  • Mumps

    Older children with rubella usually first suffer from low-grade fever, swollen glands in the neck or behind the ears, and upper respiratory infection, before they develop[adolescentvaccination.org] […] women (up to 1 person out of 4) Seizures (sudden, unusal movements or behavior) from having a high fever (about 1 out of every 3,000 doses) Temporary (short-term) low platelet[vaccines.gov] Pancreatitis presents with mid-abdominal pain and distention, fever (typically low grade), nausea, and vomiting.[reference.medscape.com]

  • Rubella

    A child with rubella typically has a measles-like rash and a low fever , although it's possible for a child to have the virus without showing any symptoms.[babycentre.co.uk] Young children who get rubella usually have a mild illness, with symptoms that can include a low-grade fever, sore throat, and a rash that starts on the face and spreads to[vaccines.gov] If they appear, symptoms may include: Rash (pink or light-red spots, patches) Low fever Nausea Headache Stuffy or runny nose Mild conjunctivitis (eye inflammation) Swollen[immunizationinfo.com]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    The initial symptoms of low to moderate CO poisoning are similar to the flu (but without the fever).[cpsc.gov] An important distinction from the flu is that fever is not present with CO poisoning.[medicinenet.com] But unlike flu, carbon monoxide poisoning doesn't cause a high temperature (fever).[nhs.uk]

  • Brucellosis

    […] previously been applied to brucellosis: [37] [38] Crimean fever Cyprus fever Gibraltar fever Goat fever Italian fever Neapolitan fever Biological warfare [ edit ] Brucella[en.wikipedia.org] Still, even in studies from countries where brucellosis is almost epidemic, the percentage of reported cases with respiratory involvement is extremely low.[academic.oup.com] This becomes a greater issue when the already low population numbers of cetaceans are taken into consideration.[en.wikipedia.org]

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