A fever is an increase in body temperature that exceeds the normal daily variation and occurs in conjunction with an increase in the hypothalamic set point. A fever > 106.7°F is called hyperpyrexia, which can develop in patients with severe infections and CNS hemorrhage. A variety of bacterial and viral microorganisms can lead to fever. Other causes may be trauma, bleeding, tumors, or an internal hypothalamus disorder. Book an appointment with us to collect the Medikold FEVER PANEL Test at home and have the test done in the comfort of your home.