An attack of migraine headache is characterized by severe pain, which generally starts on one side of the head. Fever occurs infrequently during a migraine attack.

Regardless of age, gender, or race, headaches are a common occurrence and can be treated. Usually, a migraine headache accompanied by fever is caused by another issue. There are a number of causes of headaches accompanied by fever, including meningitis, encephalitis, brain abscesses, and sinus infections.

There are several conditions that can trigger migraines with fever, including:

  • Viral infections such as influenza (flu) and COVID-19 can cause fevers and worsen migraines.
  • There are two serious infection types that affect the brain: meningitis and encephalitis. Both conditions may trigger fevers and severe headaches.
  • Bacteria are microscopic, single-celled organisms that exist in their millions, inside and beyond other organisms in every environment. Fever and migraines can be caused by bacteria in the body.

If you're experiencing stubborn headaches or fever, Sudrex is always there for you. Always keep a pack of Sudrex with you at any time to combat headaches and fever in no time!

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