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Diseases and Disorders that cause Fever

Rising fever is the body's natural defense mechanism. There are many diseases and disorders that cause fever.

In most cases, fever infects the body with viruses, bacteria, toxins, poisons, etc. rises in response to the entry of pathogens. But there are other, lesser-known reasons for this. It is necessary to pay attention to the rise in fever and investigate the cause. In some cases, an "asymptomatic" fever can indicate a serious illness or even cancer.

It should be noted that the normal fever in all people is not 36.6 C. This is an average figure. In some people, the normal temperature is 35.9 C, in others 37.0 C. For this reason, everyone should know their normal body temperature. 

This article acquaints readers with diseases and disorders that cause fever:

- Colds, flu, other viral infections (rhinovirus, coronavirus, adenovirus, etc.)

- Pediatric infectious diseases (chickenpox, rubella, mumps, etc.)

- Pneumonia (pneumonia)

- Tuberculosis

- Meningitis (inflammation of the meninges)

- Tonsillitis (angina)

- Otitis (inflammation of the ear)

- Inflammation of the kidneys

- Disorders of the thyroid gland (thyrotoxicosis)

- Cancer

- Syphilis

- Infectious mononucleosis


- Rheumatism

- Poisoning

- Don't heat, don't heat the sun

- Psychogenic fever (fever may rise in response to severe stress)

- Diseases of the hypothalamus (part of the brain responsible for thermoregulation)

- Autoimmune diseases

- Anemia

- Heart attack

- Endocarditis (inflammation of the coronary arteries)

- Stroke

- Brain edema, etc.

As you can see, in addition to the common cold, fever can be a symptom of many serious and dangerous diseases.

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