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Feeling sick, slight temperature and aching bones, unable to eat, smelling bad. Any ideas ?

hi, i have felt very sick all day, straight after eating breakfast, i have not been able to eat and the though tof eating makes me feel sick, at stages during the day i have been smelling burnt toast, i have however drank a bottle of lucozade and although been sick a few times with it, managed to keep the majority of it down, through the course of the day i ve been getting worse, getting a slight temperature and aching bones, ( finger tips , elbows, legs)
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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Hi there. Sorry to hear that you are unwell. The most likely explanation is that you have a gastroenteritis or food-poisoning. If whoever things aren't improving in the next day or so you will probably need to consult a doctor. If you are on any new medication then this may also be a consideration. Good luck and thanks.
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