Answer: It is not dangerous. But the normal range is between 2 to 3. If inr level goes below 1 then it is dangerous. It will cause fix. Also it should not be more than 4. If it goes above 4 it will thinner your blood. Bleeding will be more for ladies. Warf tablets can increase inr. If your count is between 1.5 to 2 then uou can take warf 6 after consulting your doctor. For ladies after delivery inr may between 1.4 to 2 in some special cases. They can also take warf. They can feed their babys too.
not really, i eat raw eggs all the time. i usually take about 3, crack them in a cup, mix it up, and drink it. but i have to chase it with something because of the weird, kind of gross, taste it leaves. sure there is a risk associated, but hell everything is a risk. great protein/b12/B6 source.
When does fever get dangerous?
It gets dangerous when your body temperature gets too high and denature the enzymes in your body.
Answer: Fever is not dangerous; rather it is one of the protective mechanism of your body against any infection or inflammation. Yes, high rise of body temperature more than 105 degree F can result febrile convulsion, muscles rigidity or more heart beat, and still more high temperature may cause brain hemorrhage or organ failure, but in practically temperature from 100 F to 103 F will not result any problem (except in the case of a child who has a P/H of febrile convulsion record).
Answer: No but if accompanied by vomiting and other stuff but nothing hazardous. No slight fever is not dangerous. You can feel a little lazy and tired, but it is not going to kill you or it is not going to do anything else dangerous. :)
Answer: May be if it lasts for a long time. But it becomes serious for brain functions etc. when it rises to 41 and more. You should cool a patient with fever over 39, so it falls under 39, use tapid water and antipyretics like paracetamol.