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Between November and April is the peak stomach flu season. Throughout this time, you are likely to experience stomach flu symptoms such as stomach pain, fever, chills, runny nose and cold. Drinking a lot of hot liquids during this time is a must. Also take plenty of rest.
The flu season is between november and April. At this time you must eat foods that will help generate warmth in your body. Warm fluids, cinnamon, garlic etc are helpful.
It’s unlikely but possible. If the virus has mutated inside your body, you can get H1N1 virus twice in the same season. You must consult a Doctor in this condition.
The flu season begins at the peak of November. You may show the symptoms like cold, fever, chills and runny nose. It can easily be mistaken for stomach flu.
The months between November and April are the months when the flu season peaks. At this time you may suffer from symptoms like chills, cold, runny nose, fever and stomach pain. It’s a must that you drink a lot of hot liquids and take plenty of rest.
The flu season begin at the peak of November and ends at the peak of April. At this time you must drink a lot of hot liquids and water. The symptoms mau include chills, cold, fever and stomach pain.
In Canada, the flu season can initiate as early as October and last till the peak of April. Flu can be a painful experience. You ought to visit your Physician in case the symptoms worsen.
The end of flu season is April. It is at most 5 months long. You must eat and drink healthy and follow a proper hygiene.
In the month of April the flu season is over with. It lasts for about 4-5 months. The flu symptoms are usually mind and goes away after a week or so.