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Treatment for headache, nausea, weakness, lack of appetite, dizziness, heart palpitation and muscle pain?

I m having too many health problems. Had flu about 3 weeks ago and flu got fine but it left me with the following: * splitting headaches which travel from back to front and too much pressure in the head * dizziness , heart sinking, * nausea * lack of appetite * acute weakness * pain in the body and pain in the bones * fatigued * pressure in the eyes and pain in and around the eyes * cold feet and hands * palpitations * tremors of hands * shaking of body due to weakness * sleepy * visual aura * foul taste in the mouth * muscular cramps * feverish feeling but no fever * Cannot even get up and do things.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Your listed symptoms largely correspond to anemia and somehow connected to weakness due to psychological impact of general diseases. First consult a general physician who gave the medicines for flu and confirm these are not medicine after effects. Then your physician should investigate pathologically for any organic defect in your system. He might prescribe you some medicines and multivitamins for you. For the time being it is better to follow the instruction he gives you. But you need to go to a doctor to find the things. Am I correct. GO. and get well soon.
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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