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High temperature fever in adults What is a high temperature? Normal body temperature is different for everyone and changes during the day.

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Important If you feel hot or shivery, you may have a high temperature even if a thermometer says your temperature is below 38C.

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High temperature fever in adults What is a high temperature? So reply you may like who you meet.

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Treating a high temperature It can help to: get lots of rest drink plenty of fluids Dolgelau is best to avoid dehydration — drink enough so your pee is light yellow and clear take paracetamol or ibuprofen if you feel uncomfortable Advice for children This is for adults. Oh and FYI please know english.

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A high temperature is usually considered to be 38C or above. So I'm looking fot someone tall cool and easy goung.

You do not need to take your temperature using a thermometer, but you can fveer you have one. Many things can cause a high temperature, but it's usually caused by your body fighting an infection.

Sesy Remember honisty is the best policy- don't want to get hit in the head with flying bones. Normal body temperature is different for everyone and changes during the day. See how to take a temperature.

Get advice about coronavirus symptoms and what to do Do I need to take my temperature? Check if you have a high temperature You may have a high temperature if: your chest or back feel hotter than usual you have other symptoms, such as shivering chillssweating or warm, red skin a thermometer says your temperature is 38C or above Could it be coronavirus?

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You don't have to be rich just be established would be nice. For advice about children, see fever in children. Make sure you use it correctly to help get an accurate result.