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Swollen throat glands, itchy skin, body pain

hello I am having the following issues for about a week. My glands under my throat is swollen. My skin has been itchy me all over. No bumps or rash just intense itching that comes and goes. Lastly my body hurts. not to the touch but like a sensitive pain. if I hit something or bump into something lightly it hurts more than usual. Oh one last thing. I don t have much of an appetite anymore either. Stomach has been bothering me too.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response

You seem to be suffering from a viral infection.
You are developing various symptoms of a viral infection.
Fever, body pains, loss of appetite ,swollen lymph nodes, skin rash and itching are all signs of a viral infection.
I would advise you to take proper rest.
Drink plenty of fluid and water.
See a physician if the fever persists.

Dr Geetika Paul
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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