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Flu symptoms

What are the symptoms of flu, how long do they last and when should I see a doctor?

The morning seems to start like any other as you prepare to tackle the day. You're about to step out the door when you get hit with the sniffles. They come and go throughout the afternoon, but it isn't until the next morning where you think something is wrong. You wake to aching muscles and within a few hours, start to feel the heat of a fever developing. You lie there feeling hot one moment and shivering the next, but you cannot do anything else to make it stop. Chances are that you and the flu virus just became roommates for the time being. Over the next week, join us as we aim to familiarize ourselves with the flu and if you still have questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Owen, your A.Vogel Cold and Flu Coach


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