Swine flu symptoms
THE symptoms of swine flu are broadly the same as those of ordinary flu, but may be more severe and cause more serious complications.The typical symptoms are:-- sudden fever, and - sudden cough.
THE symptoms of swine flu are broadly the same as those of ordinary flu, but may be more severe and cause more serious complications.
The typical symptoms are:-
- sudden fever, and
- sudden cough.
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Other symptoms may include:
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- 9 Pair arrested for alleged sex assault on young woman
- 10 'I can't carry it' - Shock as plant starts growing eight inches a day
- aching muscles,
- limb or joint pain,
- diarrhoea or stomach upset,
- sore throat,
- runny nose,
- sneezing, and
- loss of appetite.
Potentially everyone is at risk from swine flu because few people, if any at all, have immunity (resistance) to it.