Great Britain's NHS Has Published a Swine Flu Symptoms Checker to Help Spread Information About the Flu
A swine flu symptoms checker is commanding a lot of water cooler talk today. The swine flu symptoms checker has been released by NHS Direct in Great Britain, and is just
Swine Flu Symptoms Checkers Could Help with Self-Diagnosis
one of many different swine flu symptoms checkers that are being released by websites and health advice websites seeking to get information to the public. One thing to make sure that you don't do is pin all of your facts on to information that one of these swine flu symptoms checkers gives you back. They should really only be used as a resource, and that medical advice (in person) is always a better way to deal with flu symptoms.
One of the main things that everyone needs to stay focused on, is that the symptoms of swine flu and the average flu virus we have all contracted before a very similar. In fact, there isn't one singular symptom that someone will recognize that will tell them if they have the H1N1 virus or something completely unrelated. This is why the swine flu symptoms checkers aren't the best tools, because it could give you false information about your flu symptoms, and possibly put a scare into you that is not needed at the time. I have linked the NHS Direct flu symptoms tracker at the end of this article, but only use it with caution.
There could be any number of symptoms present to someone that has contracted the swine flu, and several websites have been trying to release information that stays in line with the typical flu. The following is a list of potential symptoms that someone with the H1N1 virus or another flu strain might have. There is also a list of warning signs that parents should watch out for in their children, and contact doctors about if you are alerted to them.
Possible Swine Flu Symptoms
Muscle Ache or Pain
Loss of Appetite
Swine Flu Warning Signs in Children
Isn't Drinking Enough Fluids
An Uncomfortable State