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Fever,Work stress and tiredness - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hello
User :   I am not feeling well
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Can yiou please describe your problem at length and in detail
User :   I am feeling feverish for last few days
User :   But there is no cough and cold
User :   And I am not feeling chill also
User :   Do you need any other background?
Doctor :   Did you check the temperature?
User :   No
User :   But I was feeling feverish
Doctor :   Is it whole day you feel so?
User :   yes
Doctor :   Are you working all these days?
User :   yes
Doctor :   Are you tired by end of the day?
User :   little bit but there is no change in tiredness as such
Doctor :   Do you have body aches?
User :   No
Doctor :   Do you have headache?
User :   a little during work time
Doctor :   How is your appetite and sleep? Any change?
User :   Hunger is less feeling more sleepy
Doctor :   Are you under work stress?
User :   yes a lot
Doctor :   Can you take a two day off and relax a bit?
User :   Actually I have a meeting now, Can I catch u again in sometime
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   Sure
User :   Ok thanks for the advice
Doctor :   Waiting to see you
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