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Fever is a symptom rather than a disease. A body temperature higher than 98.6 F is considered
fever, but it is not of severe consequence until it is above 100.4 F.

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My son, with an autoimmune disease, has a fever above 101 degrees Fahrenheit, and neither allopathy nor homeopathy is working. What to do?

Query: Hello doctor, My son is six years old and now suffering from an autoimmune disease for the past year. Last year allopathic medicine worked for him. But this time, it has been seven months none of the medicines was working for him. Neither allopathic nor homeopathic. Currently, he is under homeopathi...  Read Full »

Dr. Potnuru Srinivaasa Sudhakar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Thank you for your query. What are the symptoms your son is suffering? The immune system normally guards against the germs like viruses and bacteria by producing antibodies. Some autoimmune diseases may target only one organ. Other diseases like lupus may affect the...  Read Full »

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