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Headache, fever, feels dizzy, sore throat

Hi ive had a constant headache for 5days and a temperature but when the pain gets worse my body is burning hot to touch and also lastnight i started getting dizziness like when i close my eyes i feel like im still but everything around me is spinning...i have a sore throat but that cause i was sick alot the other day n hurt it
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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Welcome to health care magic!

I have gone through your question and it says that you have fever, headaches, sore throat and dizziness.

First. I would like to tell you that please don't worry, it is a common infection of upper respiratory tract and will get cleared with medicines. The headache as you mentioned, do increased with rise in temperature in such cases.

I don't know if you are on any medicines for the same or not but as it has been four days now and you feel weak and dizzy, I would advice
you to visit a doctor. Had I been at your place I would do garages with warm water with salt in it, four times a day to help my sore throat, take paracetamol 500mg three times a day, and an antibiotics to cut infection. For headaches, I feel you may take diclofenac sodium 50 mg.

Avoiding spicy food for some times will give additional rest to body.

Please drink adequate water during day time as you are having dizziness.

It will be helpful to get yourself investigated with blood counts, sugar levels and liver function test.

blood pressure reading will help checking if you have high/ low blood pressure, as both can cause dizziness.
Hope the answer helps you in getting well soon!
Feel free to ask more queries.
Dr. Manisha. Gopal
Answered: Wed, 23 Oct 2013
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