Your normal body temperature is approximately 37C. A fever is usually when your body temperature is 37.8C or higher. You may feel warm, cold or shivery.
You can find out if you have a fever by using a thermometer to take your temperature.
If any of the following applies, please contact a medical professional:
-you have severe thirst or reduced urine output
-you are passing urine that is darker than normal
-you are light-headed or weak
-you have new, severe muscle cramps
-your symptoms have worsened or you notice new symptoms
-you’ve had a fever after recent foreign travel