- Fever (usually high)
- Muscle aches
- Extreme tiredness
- Dry cough
- Runny nose may also occur but is more common in children than adults
- Stomach symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, may also occur but are more common in children than adults
Check, check and check! Crappers! Here is a neat symptom checker for adults, adolescents and small children. You can print it when you are done and take it to the doctor with you.
Here is a flu tracker. Input your zip code and know when the flu is in your area!Evan's main symptom and one we can't seem to get under control is a constant non productive cough. Cough medicine isn't touching it. So, I decided to google some home remedies and have decided I like this one.
I really like tip #7. "Build a strong immune system in summer, before the cold, wet season starts. Daily swimming in cold water or short cold showers following a hot shower are excellent to build up resistance to bacteria and viruses."
Wow! Who knew?