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Fever, cold and cough can be symptoms of swine flu. Are you getting hit somewhere?


The symptoms of H1N1 flu are similar to those of seasonal flu.
Symptoms appear within 1-3 days of exposure to the virus.

Swine Flu Symptoms And Prevention: The cases of swine flu have increased rapidly in the last few days. More than 200 patients of swine flu have been reported in Chhattisgarh alone. This situation is being seen in many cities of the country. In such a situation, it is important that we recognize the symptoms of swine flu and be more and more alert to protect our family. myoclinic According to the H1N1 flu, commonly known as swine flu, it is mainly caused by the H1N1 strain of the flu (influenza) virus. H1N1 is a type of influenza A virus and H1N1 is one of several flu virus strains that can cause seasonal flu. The symptoms of H1N1 flu are similar to those of seasonal flu. Flu symptoms begin to develop about one to three days after exposure to the virus.

swine flu symptoms
sometimes fever
having a cough
sore throat
runny or stuffy nose
watery and red eyes
body aches
having a headache
feeling tired
diarrhea problem
nausea and vomiting

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emergency symptoms for adults
difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
chest pain
persistent dizziness
Extreme weakness or muscle pain.
rapidly deteriorating.

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emergency signs for children
shortness of breath
blue lips
chest pain
to be dehydrated
severe muscle pain
rapidly deteriorating.

How to prevent swine flu
Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently with soap. Use hand sanitizer.
Cover cough and sneeze with your elbow and then wash your hands.
Avoid touching the face. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
Keep cleaning the surface.
Avoid contact with infected people.
Stay away from the crowd.
Protect people under the age of 5 or over the age of 65 from crowds.
Avoid Swine Barn if you are pregnant or have asthma.

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