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Viral Infection

An infection caused by a virus is called a viral infection. The common viral infections include cold and flu, chickenpox, measles, herpes, mumps, and hepatitis. Viruses can spread quickly from one person to another, but vaccination protects us against some of these viruses.

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I have cold, and I feel feverish from yesterday. Can I have COVID-19?

Query: Hi doctor, I have cold and feverish feeling from yesterday. But I do not have fever. I check my body temperature every now and then. I took Biogesic last night and this morning. But still, I feel unwell and heavy inside. My body temperature seems to be at 98 degree Fahrenheit. I do not have headache...  Read Full »


Dr. Aleph

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Please mention whether you had a fever before taking Biogesic (Nimesulide). Please mention whether you have any joint pain or body ache, sore throat, pain during urination, and cough. Please mention whether you had any possible exposure with the people having these symp...  Read Full »

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