You usually don't get a fever with a cold. I am cold vs I feel cold vs I got cold. Have you got the real thing? But a common cold rarely has symptoms of fever above 101 degrees. I caught a cold, right? Or I got a cold? The fall and winter months are Sicky City. Here's our handy guide... Not sure if you're suffering from hay fever or a cold? Have you got the real thing? Answer A: They have a fever. Hot and cold chills symptoms - Is there such thing as a very mild case of the flu? Getting a cold and having fever sound like an oxymoron if you take the sentence literally. There are three sentences which makes me confused. Can someone please help me with the following? Photograph: David Cheskin/PA Flu Have you got a cold or the flu? Do I have a cold or the flu? "I'm running a fever." up vote 3 down vote favorite. Not sure if you're suffering from hay fever or a cold? 2. A fever occurs when your child's body temperature is higher than normal. I hear people say : I think I am catching a cold. You usually do not have fever, and if you do have fever, it's a low-grade 100 or 101. 3. The other two answers are correct. Maggie wished she knew whether she had a summer cold or hay fever (Picture: Getty) Im writing this surrounded by a million screwed up tissues. Q: What's the matter with them? It's not always easy to determine if you have a cold or the flu, ... moderate to high fever, although not everyone with the flu will run a fever; sore throat; Fever started a long time ago. That is something we all know. Here's our handy guide... Not sure if you're suffering from hay fever or a cold? Flu symptoms often mimic cold symptoms with nasal congestion, cough, aches, and malaise. The Doors - Fever Everybody's got the fever. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Fever isn't such a new thing. Is it a cold or flu? It should never be given to a child with cold or flu symptoms because it can cause a serious disease called Reye's Syndrome. If you do, it may be a sign you've got the flu or an infection with a bacteria. We've got expert advice on helping her through the illnesses that bother babies most. Not sure if you're suffering from hay fever or a cold? You have to register before you can post. But for present perfect they say: I have GOT a cold. I got sick yesterday and Im confusing myself, how do I say, with proper grammar that I caught a cold yesterday? Which one is correct? Here is still another acceptable way you can say it that uses an idiomatic expression. ... People often wonder if they've got the "common cold," something more serious like influenza ... a cold rarely causes a fever. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA Flu Have you got a cold or the flu? ... but what youre not sure about is whether youve got a cold or if its the ... fluids and paracetamol to control any fever. A temperature above 38C is considered a fever.