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Frequently Asked Question

What are the symptoms for cold/flu?

These are the symptoms for cold/flu:

  • - Runny nose or nasal congestion (stuff nose)
  • - Sneezing
  • - Cough
  • - Sore throat
  • - Fever

What are the causes of cold/flu?

Common cold is spread when you inhale virus particles from an infected person’s sneeze, cough, speech, or loose particles from when they wipe their nose. You can also pick up the virus by touching a contaminated surface that an infected individual has touched. Rhinoviruses (which cause the most colds) can live for up to three hours on hard surfaces and hands. These are the common viruses causing cold/flu:

  • - Human Rhinoviruses
  • - Parainfluenza viruses
  • - Adenoviruses

Can I buy flu medicine without presciption? 

Cold/Flu medicine can be bought with the doctor’s prescription in Malaysia. You can talk to the doctor now within the privacy and comfort of your home and get you medicine delivered to your place on the same day.

What are the causes for fever?

  • - Infections, including the flu, common cold, and pneumonia
  • - Some immunizations, such as diphtheria or tetanus (in children)
  • - Teething (in infants)
  • - Some inflammatory diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s disease
  • - Extreme sunburn
  • - Food poisoning

What is Fever?

Fever (also known as pyrexia or controlled hyperthermia) is when a human's body temperature goes above the normal range of 36-37C

What are the medications for fever?

Paracetamol or Ibuprofen are the medication of choice. Use these medications according to the label instructions or as recommended by your doctor. Be careful to avoid taking too much. High doses or long-term use of paracetamol may cause liver or kidney damage, and acute overdoses can be fatal. If your child's fever remains high after a dose, don't give more medication; speak to our doctor on DoctorOnCall at

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