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Have sore head and eyes. Eyes are watering always. Have dizziness while lying down. Cure?

Iv not long got over glandular fever and sighasitus fact 3 weeks ago! I now Have sore head and eyes, eyes r watering all the time, my nose is streaming I have a fever going from hot 2 cold all the time my left gland is up I also spin when my eyes r closed and lying down? can u help as I have 3 young children and struggle 2 get 2 a doctor thanx Rochelle
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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sore eyes are common ocular problem during fever.u need to take some artificial lubricating eye drops for sore eyes which contain carboxy methyl cellulose 4 times a day.dizziness can be due low blood pressure or vertigo.u need to check your blood the mean time you can take tablet cetrizine and tab vertin 8mg twice daily.u need to manage fever with paracetmol along with antibiotics like tablet azithromycin 500mg once daily for 3 days
Answered: Sun, 30 Jun 2013
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