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If you think you have the flu, what to do next? Hole up until those symptoms of the flu pass, or make an emergency doctor's appointment? "If you are not in a high-risk group and your symptoms are mild you do not need to see your doctor or be treated with anti-viral medications," says Dr. Swap. High-risk groups include young children, people 65 and older, pregnant women, and those with certain other medical conditions. These groups are at an increased risk of developing flu-related complications, like pneumonia. "If however, you are having severe symptoms or are at high risk, consideration should be given to treating with anti-virals [such as Tamiflu or Relenza], as some studies indicate they may shorten duration or severity of symptoms," Dr. Swap adds. You should also see a doctor if you develop any warning signs. The CDC describes these as including difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen, sudden dizziness, confusion, severe or persistent vomiting, or recurring signs of the flu. For children, a doctor should also be consulted if they are not drinking enough fluids, become dehydrated, or become listless. Here's how you might be messing up your flu shot.

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