How to express that you caught fever -
- I have got fever so we won't meet today
- I caught fever
- I am having fever
- I am suffering from fever
- I am feverish
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Here the most simple is best:
I have a fever.
You could have "have got" or "suffering from". These are correct, but in this case simple is the best way. In the context you give, details are not really needed. Moreover "have" is normally preferred to "have got", "be having" is often a mistake, except in idioms, and "suffering from" is implied (nobody enjoys a fever!)
If you are just feverish: I have (got/caught) a fever.
If you know what fever you have got/caught, e.g.: I have caught Rheumatic fever.
or, if others are already suffering from it: I have got/caught the fever.
Alternatively, I am suffering from a/the fever.
If you just have a high temperature: I am feverish.