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    Default When Is A Fever In Adults Serious?

    Rachel Nall
    March 31 2020

    A fever is a part of the body’s protective response to illness. When certain pathogens, such as bacteria and viruses, enter the body, the immune system signals the body to increase its temperature in an attempt to destroy them.

    However, severe illness can cause the mechanisms that maintain a normal body temperature to go awry, and the results can lead to extremely high temperatures that can be life-threatening.
    This article will discuss how a fever affects an adult’s body and when it is cause for concern.

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    The fever will actually cause much affects to the adults if they do have other disease with them.
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    The symptoms include a sore throat and swollen tonsils. Tonsillitis caused by strep throat can lead to serious complications if left untreated. Tonsillitis is easy to diagnose. Symptoms usually go away within 7 to 10 days. So if you having a fever that lead to sore throat and tonsil, if it still getting worst after a week, that's when you should start to worry or even before that.
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