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Frequent fever, headaches, bad throat and sinus. Negative on strep and STD. Suggestions ?

Hello doctor, I have been struggling to find out what is wrong with my body the past year and a half. I ve been getting sick mostly fever, headaches , throat really bad, and sinus . I ve gone to the doctors severall times it was getting so out of hand that i dont want to go anymore because they will say nothing is wrong with me. I cant figure it out. I ve been tested for strep mono and all the STD s. And nothing came up. The past week I ve been having abdominal pains and they won t go away. I dont know what to do anymore. Any suggestion will be greatly apprecaited. Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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hello.please meet our ENT doc to get your sinuses checked. it seems like you are suffering from recurrent attacks of sinusitis. also i would recommend yoga specially pranayama , which help reduce the severity and frequency of your attacks.thanks
Answered: Thu, 26 Dec 2013
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