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Fever with dizziness, nausea - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help u?
User :   I have been sick on and off for a few weeks. Today i woke up with dizziness and woozy. Everything is like weird. I close my eyes and i think i will throw up. Wat is it? wat should i do? Im very scared at wat this could be.
User :   I have taken tylenol also.
Doctor :   can i ask u few questions?

User :   yes.
Doctor :  
whats ur age/sex?
User :   i am 13, female. please don't be mad. I have been home alone for a while because parents are gone.. no one is watching me.
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
do u have raised temperature?
User :   yes, 99.8
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
from how many days?
User :   since yesterdat
User :   yesterday*
Doctor :  
98.6 is normal
Doctor :  
u are having mild fever
User :   what about the dizzyness
User :   and wooziness
Doctor :  
along with that any other symptoms like cough,cold,stomach pain?
User :   um.. no i feel fine other then dizzy.
Doctor :  
fever is not a disease its just a symptom
Doctor :   it indicates that some thing is going wrong in ur body

Doctor :  
do u have headache?

Doctor :  
what about ur fever pattern is it continous/intermittent?
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