Saketh Ramineni

Department of General Medicine, Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital, India


  • Research   
    An Unusual Case of Recurrent Fever
    Author(s): Abhilash Nair*, Padma V, Rameez Raja, Murugaraj, Sarath Bhaskar S, Saketh Ramineni and Kannan Meera Devi

    A fever is a part of your body’s natural defenses system. Your immune system is the part of your body that works to fight off illnesses. When this system is triggered, your body’s temperature heats up. Typically, your average body temperature should be around 98.6° Fahrenheit (or 37° Celsius). A fever is a temperature of 100.4° Fahrenheit or higher. If you take a child’s temperature orally or axillary (armpit), you might get a reading that’s up to one degree off. To get the most accurate temperature reading, take the child’s temperature rectally. A recurring fever is a fever that happens multiple times over a period of time. These fevers can sometimes be described as episodic, meaning that they come and go. A recurrent fever is one that comes back in a pattern. For example, your young child or toddler could have a fever every month. This type .. Read More»

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