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Cough, headache, shaking, sweating, black dots floating in vision. What could it be?

Hi I have had a bad cough lately and headaches . Last night I started shaking uncontrollably and woke up sweaty. Some have said its an expert attack or stress but I have no clue what I could be stressed out about. Also I have black dots that float around my eye but are not in my direct line of vision . They float like the clear little worm like things but don t leave. Thank you
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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Thanks for the query,

Let me tell you that headache could be due to many causes like migraine, tension headache, brain infection/tumor, sinus infection and so on. Your headache can be related to sinus infection. Regarding shaking and getting up with sweating could be related to seizures/chills due to fever/ stress etc and so on.

I urge you to get examined and interviewed by a local physician so that diagnosis can be made and the treatment becomes easy

Best wishes
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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