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What are the symtoms of swin flu?

Question in full: what are the symtoms of swin flu
So far, most cases of swime flu have been mild, with symptoms similar to those of normal winter flu. To make a clinical diagnosis of swine flu you must have a high temperature (over 38°C/100.4°F) and two or more of the following: * unusual tiredness, * headache, * runny nose, * sore throat, * shortness of breath or cough, * loss of appetite, * aching muscles, * diarrhoea or vomiting. A doctor would make a diagnosis of swine flu if you fulfill these criteria but to be absolutely sure you would need a swab taking from your nose or throat. This isn't necesssary in most cases and normally would only be done if you were ill enough to be admitted to hospital. It seems that the swine flu pandemic has luckily not been quite as severe as it could have been and certainly in the population of children in London we are now seeing less than we did before Christmas. For more information visit www.nhs.uk and type in 'swine flu' to their search engine. If you have symptoms you could look up 'The National Pandemic Flu Service' which is an online service that assesses your symptoms and enables you to get access to medication if necessary.