Symptoms of fever, cough and cold may appear in the flu, but this is not always the case, as there are other diseases that have the same symptoms as the flu, as we know in this report, as published on the
Seasonal influenza is a common type of viral infection that can be fatal, especially in high-risk groups such as young children, the elderly, pregnant women, and people with chronic diseases or weakened immune systems.
The throat, nose and lungs are usually affected by the flu. This respiratory disease can be caused by different groups of viruses
Pay attention to flu symptoms
The flu can cause symptoms such as fever, sore throat, chills, muscle aches, cough, congestion, runny nose, headaches, fatigue, and even vomiting and diarrhea, and some people may experience this. It is important to remember that not all people with the flu have a fever.
The specter of the corona virus and its variants have been haunting us since 2019, and the infection manifests itself in flu-like symptoms, but they are associated with high fever, headaches, loss of taste and smell, and a runny nose. Must isolate himself while not testing negative for corona and not receiving treatment.
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Also a viral disease, the incidence of the common cold increases fourfold in the winter months. The common cold also shows striking similarities to the viral flu. The most different factor is the time period in which the symptoms appear. The flu usually appears in 1-3 days while the common cold can last from several days to a week.
- Bacterial pharyngitis
A streptococcal infection of the throat and tonsils is almost like the flu, and can have swollen lymph nodes, red spots inside the mouth, and an almost infrequent high fever with a stuffy nose (a common feature of the flu).
Serious bacterial/viral/fungal infections and pneumonia (or lung infections) are common complications of the flu. Chronic fever, persistent cough and chest pain are classic features of pneumonia. A patient should be hospitalized if diagnosed with pneumonia and shortness of breath or blood saturation levels, blood oxygen.
Bronchitis, or bronchitis, has striking similarities to the flu, such as a cough that produces mucus, a stuffy nose, and a sore throat. However, bronchitis can be caused by allergies or pollutants, and a bronchitis cough can last for weeks and may require inhaled steroids as treatment.
- Infectious mononucleosis
Infectious mononucleosis, also known as the kissing disease, is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. Caused by sharing saliva, kissing or sharing dishes, the symptoms are flu-like with swollen lymph nodes, rash, extreme fatigue and an enlarged spleen.
A fatal infection of the meninges (the layers surrounding the brain and spinal cord) caused by a virus or bacteria with symptoms that start like the flu, but are followed by a stiff neck, a painful headache, high fever, vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound. , confusion and serious illness.