CIMA Medical Center in Miami Springs shares some of their health expertise with some helpful information to identify different types of fever.
This type of fever may come and go, and temperature fluctuates, but though it falls, it never falls all the way back to normal.
Either an intermittent or a remittent fever is considered hectic if the temperature range swings widely throughout the day, with a difference of at least 1.4 degrees Celsius between the highest and lowest temperatures.
Also called a “sustained” fever, this is a prolonged fever with little or no change in temperature over the course of a day.
This is a type of intermittent fever that spikes up again after days or weeks of normal temperatures. This type of fever is common with animal bites and diseases like malaria.
If you have a fever over 104 degrees Fahrenheit, you need to schedule an appointment with your doctor immediately.
Take care of you and your family’s health with a regular checkup, call CIMA Medical Center in Miami Springs at (𝟯𝟬𝟱) 𝟴𝟴𝟱-𝟬𝟱𝟭𝟱 to schedule an appointment or stop by 175 Westward Drive.
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