This is a true story about what it felt like to be in a high fever, and it’s one of the most surreal things I’ve ever heard. I actually experienced it when I was 19 on Thanksgiving Day when I was at my dad’s house for the first time in my life. I was playing video games, and my dad was at the kitchen table. While my dad was trying to make dinner, he asked me if I felt okay.
At first I thought he was just asking me if I was feeling all right, but then I realized he was asking me if I was going to die. I was horrified. It was the highest fever I’d ever felt in my life, and I was terrified. It was the first time I’d ever had a fever.
The fever phase lasted about ten minutes. During that time I was in a trance, completely dazed. When I woke up, my dad was sitting at the table with my mom. The fever had subsided, and I was back playing games. The next day, I went to the hospital. When I got there, the doctors said I had a high fever and was dehydrated, but they could do nothing about that. They told me I could just stay home for a few days.
The high fever phase lasted for ten minutes, but it went on for a few days. And the fever phase lasted for about a week, but the high fever was the only thing that lasted that long. During the high fever phase, you can feel your mind racing. It’s like you’re trying to figure out what you’re doing, trying to figure out what you’re going to do next.
This high fever phase is known as “second-stage encephalitis” in the medical literature. The term is derived from the term encephalitis, which refers to inflammation of the brain. Second-stage encephalitis means the brain is not functioning normally. The result of second-stage encephalitis is severe brain damage, including seizures, which can result in coma.
This is not to say that you’re not going to lose your life unless you get your doctor. It’s just that you didn’t get your doctor first (which you probably did in the beginning). It’s not that you don’t want to lose your life, but that you don’t want to lose your life in the first place.
Second-stage encephalitis is a common cause of death. Of course, being a paramedic, I dont have to tell you that the most common causes behind second-stage encephalitis are a variety of bacterial infections. This is why we do not just refer to the condition as “death.
A few weeks ago, I was on the phone with my mother, and there was a sudden, terrible, awful spike in her temperature. Like, up by 40 degrees. It was like a fever that never leaves you. I can’t even describe it. It felt like I was going to die at any moment. I was really worried that my mother had a stroke or something even worse.
It turns out that not all encephalitis is caused by some sort of bacterial infection. In just a few days, our fever will be back to normal. And if it isn’t, we’ll be the ones to find out what’s causing it.
What’s going on? Is she having a relapse? Is she suddenly immune? Did she get a new medicine? Is she in some sort of coma? All these questions are answered in this new trailer, which we will be reviewing at the end of this article.