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 Why does some people evn exposed to the hiv/aids virus do not get infected?
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 How possible is it, to be infected with HIV if one kisses person who is HIV positive. A kiss like a french kis
If you kiss like lovers would?...


 I have UTI( urinary tract infection, I was wondering can that be healed without using any antibiotica?
I've heard that cranberry juice helps is that true?...


 Urinary tract infection?
Can I take Bactrim (generic), in the place of Macrobid (name brand). Do you think that it will make a big difference?...


 What is aids?
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 If u got an meningitis shot could u still get meningitis?
if u got an meningitis shot could u still get meningitis feeling all the symptoms of meningitis, and if so would it go away on its own due to the shot?...


 What is the effect of mouth to mouth kissing?
i want to know the effect of kissing lips to ...


 Is crohn's disease contagious?
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 Flu jabs ?
are flu jabs any good for people, or are they more harm than good and put fear in the elderly?...


 Aids needle?
If a aids needle poked me in the hand and I choped it off really fast would I still get aids?...


 Why is animal testing allowed?
Why do we think it's okay to test on animals for AIDS?AIDS is a disease that people brough upon themselves.Why should animals pay the the price?If people wanna find cures they should grow some ...


 How do you know if you have AIDS?
What are the symptoms?...


 Which of the following is true??
which of the following is true??

A. aids is resposible for HIV B. Herpes virus is unrelated to chicken pox C. Viruses in animals rarely cause disease
D. Papilloma virus ...


 Losing A Patient Because I Wasn't Good Enough?
I racked my brain about this. I lost a patient, not just a patient a 36 year old man, whose wife is six months pregnant, and I don't understand how I missed that he had necrotizing fasciitis.
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 Does ocean water heal cuts or will it infect it?
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 Is amoxicillin strong enough for a 50yr old women w/staph?

Additional Details
I think its a skin infection because her thumb is swolen and it started at her thumb now to her elbow....P.S. she just started to get her nails ...


 What cause the mouth ulcer and how to treat?
my grandson who is 16 often suffer from ulcer in his mouth and on his tongue. He is convinced, there is no efficacious medication for if. I feel sorry for him, as I can see how he struggle to eat....


 HELP!!!..this resturant needs to be closed due to the staph infection....?
This resturant where I live is not closing down they have had 2people break out with staph and won't shut down they just keep letting people work and the customers are eating..and i need some ...


 Why the girls s0 sensitive?
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 Help, need as much info (valid) as possible! Re: Herpes?
I just found out I have type 1 and 2 herpes. How do you get it and how long does it take to show up. I was with my bf for 2.5 years (broke up) and I slept with someone new in December 2006 (with ...



Olga VonStruesten
Is a temperature of 99.1 a fever?
                     





MetaleckZ
yes!! suppa hawt fever!
100 degree boils a water


kellen Lewis
Not quite, maybe a small one, nothing extreme, 98.7 is the normal temp....maybe 100.3 and up is considered a real feaver....pick me for best answer please!!!!


Fiend without a face
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No, it's normal


annforeman06
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it actually can make you feel pritty cruddy. it is considered a lo-grade fever and is usually indicative of a begining bacterial infection especially if it comes in the a.m. and at night.


The mom
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Medically speaking, no. It's barely even slightly elevated. It's not considered a fever until it hits 102. Elevated body temperature is a good first defense response of the body, it's not an enemy to be fought or controlled. Body cells function quite well in higher temperatures, even as high as 102. Bacteria and viruses do no function well at all. They have difficulty with everything, including reproduction. That limits gerbie numbers until your immune system can gang up on them to whip gerbie buns. So until you hit 102, don't even try to fight it. Increase the amount of liquids you are drinking, and rest. If your temperature is going up, there's a fight going on in your body and you need to work with your body to help that, not fight it. At 102, you can take Tylenol or Motrin to keep it below 102, but not with an eye on going down to normal temperature. And by the way, internal body temperatures run between 99 and 100 in normal operating conditions. If this were an ear temperature with a digital thermometer, you aren't even sick. If it's oral temperature, then you could be fighting a bug in the early stages. Work with the body here, rest and drink- don't fight the temperature rise.


Raymon
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Yes, 98.6 is normal.


Wonderofitall
A temperature over 99.1 may not be a core body temperature hence not necessarly a fever.In order to put a handle on this question, you would need to say what the exact temperature was. A temperature of 99.1 can stem from a lot of sources i.e. too much clothing, overly warm environment, post rigid exercise or even the begining of an infection or towards the end of an infection. Women experiences temperatures surges with normal body functions such as ovulation or during menopausal episodes.
As a result of these factors but not limited to these few, a better judgement would be made from a more precise temperature.


Atheist
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It could be. You could naturally have a higher body temperature.

98.6 is the "norm" for people, so if you were a bit warm, you're not running a terrible fever.


Richard B
It could be the beginning of a fever, so if that's your temp now be sure to keep a close eye on it. If it goes up then you should contact your physician about it.


brdcsemstud
I don't know the medical answer, but my normal temperature is around 97.4 so when i have a 99.1 i'm feeling pretty sick... but maybe someone else can give you a more medically educated answer


Mary Boo
Normal range
(95.9°F to 99.5°F)


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