I have it, and it has made me sicker than I could imagine. Wound up at the ER with a temperature of 104.9 Sunday. After four hours and two litres of IV fluids, my temperature was near normal. Their diagnosis was "Upper Respiratory Infection". Came home, ate a little something, and went to bed. Woke up yesterday morning and temp was back up to 104. I worked on the fever and got it down, only to have it spike again. Went to my primary doctor's office, and lay down on the exam table wearing shorts to wait for him. He came in and we discussed the ER visit. He asked me, "Did they say anything about the cellulitis in your leg?" At that moment I looked down and saw that my leg was as red as a stoplight. At this point I was still feeling like hammered horseshit and hurting all over, but I did find that my right leg hurt more than the rest of me. He wrote me a scrip for some augmentin and told me I'd probably feel a lot better in 24 hours. I do, and am predicting that the trend will continue. We'll see how I look in the morning. This thing scared the hell out of me. At age 54, a fever of 105 could do me some serious damage or even kill me if allowed to go on unchecked. Anybody else here had this condition? I am trying to figure out where I contracted it. jjkrkwood and his posse may have come close to getting their wish, but not just yet my friends.