Fever Appointments in Norwalk, CT

The most affordable care for fevers near you. Temperatures above 100.4 are considered a fever although everyone's normal body temperature is different. Fever symptoms beyond a high temperature can include sweating, chills or shivering, feeling weak, losing your appetite, and dehydration. Talk to a top-reviewed doctor today for one affordable cash price - without insurance mark-ups, hidden fees, or surprise bills. No insurance needed.

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Dawn Drewes, APRN

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Ann Meril, DNP, FNP- BC

  • Urgent care
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Dr. Mohammad Khan, MD

  • Internal medicine
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Dr. Jose E. Ortiz, MD

  • Internal medicine
  • 79-16 37th Ave, Queens, NY 11372
  • 4

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Dr. Niki Patel, MD

  • Internal medicine
  • 1715 University Ave, The Bronx, NY 10452
  • 4.6

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John Giangreco, NP

  • Family medicine
  • 297 Marcus Garvey Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11221

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    Alexis Griffin, FNP-BC

    • Family medicine
    • 297 Marcus Garvey Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11221

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      Dr. Issa Jaradeh, MD

      • Internal medicine
      • 297 Marcus Garvey Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11221
      • 4.2

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      Suzanne Reichert, AGNP-C, NP

      • Geriatric
      • 614A Kosciuszko Street, Brooklyn, NY 11221
      • 3.2

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      Dr. Lora Slabodkina, MD

      • Internal medicine
      • 332 Dekalb Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205

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        John Giangreco, NP

        • Family medicine
        • 332 Dekalb Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205

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          Dr. Arthur Brantz, MD

          • Internal medicine
          • 68-29 Myrtle Avenue, Glendale, NY 11385
          • 3.6

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          Dr. Dexter McKenzie, MD

          • Internal medicine
          • 13704 Guy R Brewer Boulevard Suite 1A, Queens, NY 11434
          • 4.3

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          Yoojin Jung, FNP-BC

          • Family medicine
          • 13704 Guy R Brewer Boulevard Suite 1A, Queens, NY 11434
          • 4.3

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          Dr. Arthur Brantz, MD

          • Internal medicine
          • 37 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217
          • 3.6

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          Dr. Rod Saclolo, MD

          • Internal medicine
          • 37 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217

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            Dr. Roberto Robinson, CMD, MD

            • Family medicine
            • 60 Plaza Street East, Brooklyn, NY 11238

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              Valentina Boguslavskaya, NP

              • Family medicine
              • 288 Sand Lane, Staten Island, NY 10305
              • 4.2

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              Dr. Vladmir Volokh, DO

              • Family medicine
              • 288 Sand Lane, Staten Island, NY 10305
              • 4.2

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              Dr. Phillip Sohn, DO

              • Internal medicine
              • 228 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206
              • 3

              About fever

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              A fever is an increase in your body temperature and is a common indicator that your body is fighting an infection. A normal temperature for most people (adults and children) is in the range of 97-99 degrees Fahrenheit. A fever occurs when the body’s temperature is over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit. A higher-than-normal temperature without any other symptoms is not usually a cause for concern. In most cases, fevers are usually accompanied by other signs of illness including:

              • Chills and shivering
              • Sweating
              • Muscle aches and weakness
              • Headaches
              • Fatigue
              • Dehydration

              A fever may be caused by several different health conditions. Common causes of fever include:

              • Viral or bacterial infections (including common colds, flu, and mononucleosis)
              • Bronchitis
              • Strep throat
              • Heat exhaustion
              • Urinary tract infections
              • Inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis
              • Some medications

              Most cases of fever are easily treated and do not require much medical attention. However, a temperature over 102 degrees for children, or over 103 degrees for adults may signify a serious health condition. If you or your child has a fever over 102-103 degrees Fahrenheit or has had a fever for longer than 5 days, contact your doctor right away.

              Treatment Options

              In most cases, a low-grade fever is easily treated with medication and self-care remedies. In more severe cases, or when a fever is caused by a bacterial infection, prescription medication may be needed to address the underlying health conditions of a fever. Below is a list of ways to care for a fever. During your appointment, talk to your health care provider about what treatment options are best for you.

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