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Evaluating Fever Symptoms in Mohegan Lake, NY

A fever is characterized by a rise in normal body temperature—most commonly, any temperature above 100.4°F. A fever is often a symptom of an illness and the body’s way of fighting infection. Often, a fever can be treated at home. Doctors recommend drinking lots of fluids to replenish the body and taking ibuprofen or acetaminophen to reduce the fever and ease any discomfort.

Adults with a fever above 103°F or whose elevated body temperature is accompanied by a severe headache, a rash, abdominal pain, vomiting, a stiff neck, or confusion should seek medical attention, as there may be an underlying infection that needs to be treated. PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Mohegan Lake, New York, is open every day of the year to evaluate fever symptoms, and our experienced medical providers will offer the individualized care you need.

Fevers in Young Children

It’s common for young children to have fevers, and for the large majority of cases, these fevers can be treated at home. However, any child experiencing irritability, an inability to soothe, or excessive thirst may require medical treatment. A persistent temperature above 104°F or a temperature of at least 100.4°F for more than three days are also signs that professional fever treatment is needed, and you can visit PhysicianOne Urgent Care for that.

For babies and children younger than two years old, a temperature of 100.4°F is cause for concern. Our skilled providers can evaluate your little one to determine the cause of the fever symptoms.

Is It COVID-19?

Nowadays, everyone is concerned about COVID-19, and fever is one of the most common symptoms of this virus. PhysicianOne Urgent Care offers curbside COVID-19 testing, and we can evaluate your symptoms during a Virtual Visit to determine if you need to be tested. If so, we’ll register you at a time that is convenient for you.

If you have fever symptoms, the skilled providers at PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Mohegan Lake can evaluate them for you. Stop by our urgent care center today for prompt treatment.

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