Flu Treatment in Cary, NC
AFC Urgent Care is a walk-in clinic with compassionate doctors and medical professionals who treat flu, coughs and colds 7 days a week, no appointment necessary.
We are seeing many different contagious upper respiratory infections. As of January 2017, North Carolina is seeing widespread cases of the season flu. Although getting the flu shot can help prevent the flu, you can still have a milder form of the flu. In Cary, we have confirmed several cases of Strep throat and Rhinovirus or the ‘common cold’. Sometimes it can be difficult to differentiate between the common cold and other potential serious infections such as the flu or RSV in children. It is important you take yourself or loved ones to be evaluated by a medical provider if you are having symptoms such as fever (defined as above 100.4 degrees), runny nose, body aches, sore throat, cough, and malaise. Here at AFC Urgent Care in Cary, we have rapid tests to help diagnose several upper respiratory illness so you can get the correct treatment as soon as possible.
Recent health scares are sending Americans to their doctors in droves. But how do you know when it’s just a cold or when you need to get to the clinic?
You should get a medical exam anytime you are sick but especially if you feel feverish, have severe symptoms or if your symptoms last longer than a week. If you or your child are experiencing any of these symptoms, walk in to AFC Urgent Care in Cary, SC to see a medical professional today! Our compassionate doctors and medical team will take care of you and your whole family right away. No appointment is necessary.
Those sniffles, aches and general malaise could be just a cold, but with common symptoms and recent health scares all over the news, you may be worried that it’s something far more serious. Knowing when to pull the covers up and stay in and when to get to your doctor could save you anxiety and the money associated with an unnecessary doctor’s bill.