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Cold, intermittent headache on left side during hunger, subsides on eating, get fever during nights. Cause?

sir, i caught cold and have headache on left side for the past 3 to 4 days. The headache comes and goes frequently especially when iam hungry and when had food it disappears.For the past 3-4days iam very hungry in the morning.I get fever(feeling warmer than previously) during the nights.Today my palms are chill a bit.I have pain lower jaw on the left side and a feeling of shrinking of the cheek is felt on the left side near the upper jaw connection. I had undergone treatment for piles in the last month.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. Its quite normal to have such type of headaches which are related to hypoglycemia. I suggest you to check your sugar levels and if you are using any hypoglycemic drugs you must take care about your diet. Only way to get rid of this problem is to take proper diet. Thank you.
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