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Fever
Fever is often a sign of infection, inflammation, or illness. It occurs when temperature rises above 37.7 degrees celsius. A "significant fever" is usually defined as an oral or ear temperature of 39 degrees celsius. Most cases of fever are self-limiting. Doctors may recommend fever-reducing medicines only when the temperature is at 38.8 degrees celsius. read more
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