In Great Britain the swine flu symptoms checker has been released by NHS Direct. Swine flu symptoms checker is being released by mainly health advice websites in order to give information to the public. Swine flu symptoms checker information should only be used as a resource. A better way to deal with flu symptoms is the medical advice.
Swine flu symptoms checker could give you false information about your flu symptoms, and possibly put a scare into you that is not needed at the time because the symptoms of swine flu and the average flu virus are contracted, so the swine flu symptoms checkers are not the best tools.
For swine flu, the single most effective way to slow the spread of diseases is good personal hygiene written by a Swine Flu Symptoms Checker and published in the world. The key factors of preventing swine flu are cleaning surfaces, washing hands, using tissues to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze and putting the tissue in the bin as soon as you use it.
Special advice to the Children fewer than five are not to use the symptom checker on the NHS Direct website and contact the service directly according to BBC.
NHS Swine Flu Symptoms Checker
If you have flu-like symptoms and are concerned that you may have swine flu:
- Read swine flu symptoms then use the NHS Direct swine flu symptom checker.
- Stay at home and call GP, if you are still concerned.
- If the swine flu confirmed by GP on telephone, for antiviral medication they will give you a voucher reference with entitle number.
- Give this number to a healthy friend or relative and ask them to pick up the antiviral for you from a designated local collection center.
Go to the Treatment page for information on the treatment of swine flu.
In the United states an information fact sheet published by Mass.gov (pdf) about swine flue. They inform that you should call a doctor or seek medical care if you see
Swine Flu Warning Signs for children
- Increased Restlessness
- Trouble Breathing
- Behavior Changes
- An Uncomfortable State
- Isn’t Drinking Enough Fluids
- Skin Races
Other Symptoms for any people
- sudden cough
- sudden fever
- Muscle Ache or Pain
- Joint Pain
- Loss of Appetite
- Sore Throat
- Runny Nose