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Headache, low appetite, fever, swollen lymph nodes, coughing while taking deep breath. What could be wrong?

I have a head ache for a week. My blood pressure was 134/92, it is normally around 115/70s. I haven t had much of an appetite for a week. I have a fever of 101.4. When I take deep breaths I feel like I need to cough. My lymph nodes in my right groin are swollen. My right leg feels sore. What could be wrong? I do not have a sore throat or cough or stuffy nose?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Hi, in my opinion you your headache is because of elevated blood pressure with fever.
Take salt restricted diet and do little exercise your BP may reduce.
But your fever with enlarged lymph node in groin has to be ruled out,
If were your treating doctor, I would suggest anti inflammatory medicine like paracetamol to reduce fever.
And also suggedt blood test and urine test to rule out foci of infection.
Depending on the report I would treat you.
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