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Cold, cough, pain while rolling eyeballs, pricking sensation in the back, lower back ache. What could this be?

Hi Doctor, Considering the weather change in my city everyones catching the illness . Mine started with a terrible cold and fever ... after 2 days the fever went n i stopped the panadols. However, after 2 days again when the cold began reducing I caught on a sudden fever again, much higher and painful. After takin standard cold & flu panadol every 6 hrs(within which time the fever would rise) the temp would sore and drop after i break sweat. after almost 3 days now. THe fever seems to have gone but im left with cold cough and a strange heavy and painful sensation while rollin my eyeballs or moving it suddenly. And my entire torso (back and chest down) upto the hips seem to have a painful pin n needle sensation. I must mention a lower back ache i have also been having since a few weeks. but i belive that to be the change in beddings.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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During changes in weather viral infection becomes very common and catches this infection quickly.
Go for analgesics, decongestants medicines for 3-5 days and you will be alright.
Avoid cold drinks, fried and junk food during this season.
Avoid humid and cool atmosphere.
Avoid going in heavy traffic.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Wed, 11 Sep 2013
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