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Malaria often starts with a sudden and high fever, typically accompanied by chills. The fever may come and go in cycles.
Intense shivering and chills are common during the onset of malaria infection.
Following the chills, a period of intense sweating and fever reduction can occur.
Nausea, vomiting, and sometimes diarrhea can occur in malaria cases.
Malaria can cause extreme fatigue, weakness, and a general feeling of malaise.
A persistent and severe headache is a frequent symptom of malaria infection.
Aching muscles and joints, similar to symptoms of the flu, are often experienced.
If you or someone you know exhibits these warning signs, seek medical attention promptly.