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Fatigue, red, bumpy spots underarms. Flu?

I have been having flu like systems and definite lack of fever or vomiting. But lowback pain as well. Have a couple of red spots under my aren with bumps. A few days ago, I had a small cut on my hand and I retrieved some sticks in a ditch by the road and my hand went in the water. If it were sepsis, I am assuming it would act hoping it is just the flu
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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The recent viral infection is often associated with mild generalized pain, back ache, and the rashes that you are having. All these symptoms are self limiting and subside in 2 weeks. Apply lacto calamine lotion on the rashes for relief.
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Answered: Fri, 17 May 2013
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