Swine flu gives you sudden acute fever without much of the typical dry throat, cold, runny nose, or other symptoms. The fever hits fast and stays high for a while. If you just had no fever to some fever with a sore throat and typical nose symptoms, you most likely just had the seasonal sickness.
Why do I know this? Well someone wanted to know whether or not what they had was the swine flu, a cold, or regular flu and they asked a doctor about it.
I'm sick and tired of sore throats. I can deal with acute fevers at least.
This post has been edited by WolfCoder: 04 October 2009 - 07:05 PM