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Severe headaches, no appetite, tiredness, sneezing, chest pain on breathing. Cause of concern?

My chest/lungs feel like they re burning when I breathe. I ve had a 100-102 temp for 7 days now. I had a massive headache for over 48 hours. I have no appetite and have been extremely tired. I had the chills, body aches, and a runny nose/ sneezing . When I cough , I sound like a horse. I m concerned with how long this has been going on for.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

You did not mention whether you are under any expert trreatment or medications. It has been severl days and if you are taking self medications, then it is really bad. There ar several types of fevers are available like dengue, chikun guniya, viral, swine flu etc. Each one are dangerous in its own aspect if not treated properly. You, please consult a physician and get your blood checked to determine the type of fever you have and take proper treatment and listen to his advice. Consistant temperature bove 102 may damage several organs. Please no self diagnosis and no self medication. Get well soon.
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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