Symptoms of Swine Flu- how to know if you have Swine Flu

Anyone can catch it anywhere? It’s now a pandemic and from general people to president and to others, no one is untouched of, no nation is unaware about. It’s so prevalent and loves the colder environment. The name is not other than H1N1- Swine Flu.
This post is born today (August 13th, 2009). This is my own story. After getting severe high fever, common cold (in fact, it wasn’t common as the cold had already been torturing me for days), nausea, sometimes feeling like vomiting (though never) and some internal forces that led me to verify myself for swine flu. So got to know about symptoms of the deadly pandemic SWINE FLU.
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The following listing of Swine Flu symptoms and associates could help you, like me. Thank god, I am not of the early infected of 17 Swine Flu infected people in Nepal.
When you know the main symptoms of the swine flu, you’ll know when to be checked out by your physician, and this-in turn-will not only help you to feel better quicker, but also reduce chances of spreading it to others. Here are the most common symptoms of the swine flu virus.

The typical symptoms of Flue are:

  • a sudden fever (a high body temperature of 38°C/100.4°F or above), and
  • a sudden cough.

Other symptoms of Flu may include:

  • headache,
  • tiredness,
  • chills,
  • aching muscles,
  • limb or joint pain,
  • diarrhoea or stomach upset,
  • sore throat,
  • runny nose,
  • sneezing, or
  • loss of appetite.

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