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Dr. Ramesh Babu

General Physician35 Years Exp.
MD, MBBS
₹ 350 at clinic
200 online
MALLESWARA POLYCLINIC AND DIAGNOSTIC CENTER , Malleshwaram , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Sex Education, Colds, Sleeping Well
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 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Ranganath V.S

General Physician22 Years Exp.
MBBS, MS (GEN SURGERY), M. Ch. (Plastic Surgery)
₹ 400 at clinic
400 online
Surgi Derma hospital , Babusa Palya , Bangalore
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 09:00 AM - 09:30 PM, MON
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Dr. Dwijendra Prasad

General Physician27 Years Exp.
MBBS, MD , DiP DIAB, FACP
400 online
Prasad Healthcare & Diagnostics , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Allergy, Allergy Treatment, Tuberculosis
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 07:00 PM - 10:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Mir Ali Zama

General Physician12 Years Exp.
MBBS, Fellowship in Diabetes Management(FIDM), Diploma in Diabetes (UK), PG Diploma in cli...read more
₹ 400 at clinic
2,500 online
Kare Scanning Center , Austin Town , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Curved Penis, Masturbation Addiction, Allergy
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 08:00 AM - 08:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Jiva Ayurveda

Ayurvedic Doctor26 Years Exp.
BAMS
₹ 299 at clinic
Jiva Ayurveda - Kanpur Juhi , Kanpur
Recently consulted for:Acne Treatment, Hair Loss, Flu
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 10:00 AM - 07:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Rajashekhar

General Physician37 Years Exp.
MD, MBBS
₹ 500 at clinic
300 online
Six Face Clinic , Ulsoor , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Masturbation Addiction, Difficulty Sleeping, Body Weakness
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 06:00 PM - 10:30 PM,12:00 PM - 02:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Sandhya Krishnamurthy

Ayurvedic Doctor37 Years Exp.
BAMS
₹ 300 at clinic
400 online
Sri Karnataka Ayurveda Bhawan , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Hair Fall, Cold Cough, Irregular Periods
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 05:30 PM - 08:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Krishna Kumar S

Ayurvedic Doctor17 Years Exp.
BAMS, PG Dip (Medical Education), (FAGE) Fellow of Academy of General Education, MBA (Healthcare)
₹ 400 at clinic
300 online
Keva Ayurveda - BTM Layout , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Sex Education, Small Penis Size, Masturbation Addiction
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 11:30 AM - 04:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Divakara Sharma

General Physician13 Years Exp.
MD - Internal Medicine, Diploma in Diabetology
₹ 500 at clinic
100 online
Dr.Divakara's Speciality Clinic , Abbigere , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Post Exposure Prophylaxis for Hiv, Health Check Up, Gastric Problem
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 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM, MON
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Dr. B.M Lava

General Physician44 Years Exp.
Diploma in Child Health (DCH), MBBS
₹ 400 at clinic
300 online
LAVA'S CLINIC AND VACCINATION CENTRE , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Headaches, Gastric Problem, Allergy
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Best Doctors for Fever in Bangalore

Doctor's NameClinic FeesLybrate Ratings
Ramesh Babu₹ 35091
Ranganath V.S₹ 400NA
Dwijendra PrasadFree91
Mir Ali Zama₹ 40091
Jiva Ayurveda₹ 29991
Rajashekhar₹ 50088
Sandhya Krishnamurthy₹ 30095
Krishna Kumar S₹ 40090
Divakara Sharma₹ 50090
B.M Lava₹ 40093

Doctors for Fever in Bangalore

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fastest way to cure a fever?

Rest and hydrate yourself well.

No medication is required. If the fever is accompanied by a severe headache, a stiff neck, shortness of breath, or any other unusual signs or symptoms, call your doctor right away. Take acetaminophen (Tylenol, other), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, other), or aspirin if you're feeling uncomfortable.

Who is the best general physician in Bangalore?

Any underlying infection will, if necessary, be treated by your PRIMARY physician. They recommend drinking plenty of liquids if you have a high fever to prevent dehydration. In addition to this, they prescribe ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), acetaminophen (Tylenol), and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are other options.

How can I find a general physician in Bangalore?

Consult your insurance provider

If you have health insurance, you might have to pick a doctor from a list of those who accept your plan's insurance. Depending on your ability to pay more of the cost, some insurance plans may allow you to select a physician outside your network.

Get to know the best options you have

List the medical professionals in whom you have an interest. Make sure to consider how simple or challenging it will be to get to your appointment. To learn more about them, then contact their offices. You might be able to make the best choice if you know the answers to the following questions.

Doctor-related queries:

  • The doctor admits new patients, right?
  • If the doctor is a member of a group practice, who are the other doctors who could assist with my care?
  • Should my doctor not be available, who will see me?
  • Has the physician undergone any additional training or received any awards?

Consult with those you know for recommendations

A great way to find a doctor is to ask for recommendations from people you know and trust:

  • Ask your friends, family, neighbors, or coworkers if they know of a good doctor.
  • Ask your current physician for a referral if you need to find a new physician due to retirement or relocation.

What should I eat during a fever?

  • Chicken soup
  • Broths
  • Garlic
  • Coconut water
  • Hot tea
  • Honey
  • Ginger
  • Spicy foods

How do I know if my fever is viral or bacterial?

Viruses and bacteria both contribute to the development of bacterial infections. That is the simple part. Medical intervention is necessary to distinguish between the two because both conditions can result in fever and agitation. The therapies also differ greatly from one another.

In certain circumstances, we start to worry more that a bacterial infection may be the source of the infection. Bacterial infections may be the result of "secondary infection" (i.e., a virus started the process, but a bacteria finished it) if the following conditions exist:

  • The typical duration of a virus is 10–14 days, but the symptoms last longer.
  • Higher than one might typically anticipate from a virus, fever
  • After a few days of illness, the fever worsens instead of getting better.For instance, pneumonia, ear infections, and sinusitis

Urinary tract infections (UTIs), which can be difficult to diagnose and can harm kidneys if left untreated, are another bacterial disease that worries us. Your doctor will probably want to check the urine if your child has a fever but no obvious infection. Under one-year-old boys and girls who have not yet undergone circumcision are more likely to develop UTIs.

What fever is too high?

If your temperature is 103 F (39.4 C) or higher, contact your healthcare provider right away. If any of these warning signs or symptoms appear along with a fever, seek immediate medical help: a terrible headache. High fevers, particularly those that last for a long time, can cause death and brain damage, but this is incredibly uncommon. A fever over 107.6 degrees can cause brain damage.

How can I reduce my fever at home?

Follow these instructions to reduce fever if you or someone you're caring for has one:

  1. In order to determine whether you have a fever, take your temperature and consider your symptoms.
  2. Rest in your bed.
  3. Stay hydrated. replacing fluids lost through sweating by consuming water, iced tea, or extremely diluted juice. But if you have trouble swallowing liquids, try sucking on some ice chips.
  4. Use over-the-counter drugs to lower fever, such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen. Keep in mind the recommended dosage and avoid taking additional fever-reducing medications with it. Without first consulting your doctor, you shouldn't give aspirin to your infant or child. Ibuprofen shouldn't be given to babies under the age of six months.
  5. Refrain from adding more layers of clothing or blankets unless you are feeling chilly.
  6. To feel more at ease, take lukewarm baths or apply cold compresses. Ice baths, cold baths, and alcohol baths or rubs should all be avoided because they can be dangerous.
  7. Nevertheless, regardless of what the thermometer's reading is, if you have any concerns, see a doctor.

Which antibiotic is best for fever?

India's top antibiotic tablets for fever

  • Azithromycin 250mg Tablets
  • Ofloxacin 200 mg Tablets
  • Cefixime & Potassium Clavulanate Tablets
  • Azithromycin 500mg Tablets
  • Cefixime 200mg Tablets
  • Ofloxacin & Ornidazole Tablets