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Continuous headache followed by eye pain, fever, pricking pain in legs. What is the remedy?

Im 28 yrs of age.Ive been having headache for the past 4,5 days but day before yesteday it went worst continously my eyes were paining too..last night my body was heating upxcept my feets were cold morning im just feeling restless but my legs are really paining..its like a needle being poked in my bones...can u please help me Dr..any solution to all this pain
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

Causes of headache are numerous. Answers to the below questions can help in locating the cause:
- Are you running fever?
- Do you have nausea, vomiting, nasal congestion, vision disturbances, etc?
- Was there any injury in the recent past?
- Do you suffer from recurrent and long lasting headaches in the past?
- Any medications you are on?
- Any history of illicit drug use/alcohol?
- Do you have any medical illness such as diabetes, hypertension?

Most often headache is part of associated viral illness. It settles down gradually with analgesics. You may try Tylenol pain relief or advil 400mg twice a day for pain relief.

I will be able to provide you with more useful information based on your reply.

Answered: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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