Fever is the second most common symptom of mumps, and it usually accompanies cheek swelling. Experiences vary, but the most standard temperature of mumps-induced fevers is about 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit). This type of fever is commonly referred to as worrisome and extremely difficult for the sufferer. There are numerous strategies for treating fevers, and most of them are effective for combating mumps-induced fevers. If you're not making any headway at bringing the fever down, it's best to consult your doctor.
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