Doctors say they're seeing record numbers coming in for treatment for symptoms of the Swine Flu. One physician says he sees 25 to 30 percent of patients test positive for H1N1. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tips on how to treat the illness, but the CDC and doctors say unless your case is severe, which means your temperature is over 101 along with painful body aches, there's no need to rush to the doctor's office.
"We're rapidly going to run out of medicines if we treat every single person who walks through the door. They recommended we save and only treat the patients with immune compromised conditions," Dr. Doug Crawford said.