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|Incubation period||Depends on the form and lasts from 3 to 14 days||1-2 days||3-5 days||3-5 days|
|Body Temperature||Sudden jumps in temperature |
up to 100.4F or higher
(looks like a fever)
stored for 3-4 days
|Intoxication||Weakness, muscle and joint ache, chills.||Severe chills, pain upon movements, body aches.||Not expressed||It is expressed by fatigue.|
|Runny nose and nasal congestion||Weakness, muscle and joint ache, chills||May appear as a complication on 2-3 day||Appears in the first hours||Appears in the early days|
|Sneezing||Possible||Most often absent||Appears after a|
cold got active.
|Sore throat||Dry (strong) cough, white coating on the tongue, sore throat, enlarged cervical lymph nodes (usually in children), pain while swallowing, redness.||Appears on day 2-3, accompanied by cough and sometimes chest pain.||Discomfort occurs on the second day||It occurs along with a cough|
|Eye discomfort||Conjunctivitis (eye irritation and|
infection) is possible.
sensitivity) , redness
|No||Rarely – occurs with bacterial infection.|
|Headache||Possible||Almost always||No||Possible – if complications appeared: sinusitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis.|
|Fatigue||Always||Almost always, persists for 2-3 weeks.||No||Possible – while maintaining high temperature for more than a day|
|Insomnia||Possible||Almost always, persists for 2-3 weeks.||No||May occur due to high temperature.|
|Respiratory failure||Shortness of breath could appear at 3-7 day.||Possible||No||No|
|Digestive disorders||Watery diarrhea, vomiting, nausea.||Possible diarrhea||No||No|
|High blood pressure||In severe cases||In severe cases||No||No|
|Heart rate||In severe cases||In severe cases||No||No|
|Do I need to call a doctor?||Required||Required||Not necessary||When symptoms persist or complications occur|