Having a fever can be a sign that you need to have urgent medical care. If you have a fever and want to see a doctor, we urge you to come in to see us at Prime Immediate and Primary Care. Having a Naperville fever can be a sign that you definitely need to see a doctor, and we are here to help you in this urgent situation.
Our expert urgent care doctor is Dr. Fouzia Muhammedkarim. When you or a family member has a Naperville fever, she will be able to see you and provide you with proper treatment. Whether your three-month-old child needs to come in due to a fever, or you are an adult who has a fever, our doctor knows exactly what to look for to determine the cause of the fever so that it can be treated appropriately. We will also let you know which warning signs you should watch out for that may indicate that you need additional care. A fever in of itself is not an illness. However, it is most commonly a symptom that there is something else going on. Oftentimes the fever will indicate that the patient has some type of infection. If you have a low-grade fever, it is not really a cause for concern. A fever may be helping your body to develop more immune cells. Sometimes when you have a fever you may have additional symptoms which can include: sweating, shivering, body aches, loss of appetite, weakness, or a headache. Some additional symptoms which can accompany a fever but which can indicate a more serious problem can include: throat swelling; an unusual rash; stiff neck; confusion, vomiting; chest pain; extreme lethargy; or seizures. Our doctor will be able to quickly and accurately diagnose your situation and provide you with the additional treatment that is necessary. Fever can be a sign of the flu, strep throat, mononucleosis, urinary tract infections, pneumonia, and other possible illnesses.
We are always here to help you when you or a family member suffers with a Naperville fever.
Prime Immediate and Primary Care
535 Fairway Drive, Suite 107
Naperville, IL 60563
Aurora ear infections
Aurora ear infections can be very painful, and are common in children. Here at Prime Immediate and Primary Care, we’re committed to helping you and your child, whether the need is typical and can wait for an open appointment, or more urgent, calling for an emergency visit to our offices. You can depend on our doctor to be patient and comforting, as well as efficient in the diagnosis and evaluation of any health problem, for patients of all ages, and especially when it comes to your child. We’re here when you need us most, including Saturday hours.
You may be able to “tough out” pain, but you shouldn’t have to. And when it comes to your child, we understand that there is nothing more heart-rending than to see her or him suffer. Aurora ear infections are certainly not something that your child is overreacting to. The pain is very real and can be severe. So don’t wait to have him or her seen. Sure, you could go to an emergency room, but there is a strong chance you will wait there for a long time, as cases are taken in on the basis of how urgent they are. Ear infections won’t always find their way to the top of the list. Plus, emergency room visits often bring with them unreasonable health insurance co-pays. No, instead, call us and we will make the effort to have your child seen as soon as possible. She or he will receive the attentive care necessary to alleviate the problem, making your child feel better and easing your worried mind. Our doctor will identify the treatment most appropriate for him or her and soon your child will be happily on the road to recovery.
In addition to Aurora ear infections, we want you to know that we address many other urgent matters including sore throats, eye infections, lacerations, fevers, and even performing minor surgery. Keep our number handy and use it whenever you need a primary or urgent care doctor.