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Fever, hot spells, vomiting, Fatigue, sore throat, forgetfulness. Taking tylenol. Suggest something

Hi Dr.Bhatti, i am very ill started around the weekend. High fever, servere hot spells felt like my insides going too burn up. Then chills, throat sore feels raw, vomiting,pain in belly, pain n neckdown spine, sore muscles,fatique,eyes hurt, dizziness, jaw bone hurts, i am sure i am forgetting more . Please help with answer tylenol does not help. Teeth hurt. Head pounding. My name is JODI. THANKS
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Acute fever with chills and severe myalgias with arthralgias are very common ,with gastro problems like burning sensations ,dizziness ,jaw bone pain hurtful eyes pain in back all leading to diagnosis ill tell you below.Get 2 tylenols for now and it will give you fever free period for 4 hrs then you can do the following your symptoms(myalgias with fever and chill) lead to following diagnosis
2.acute tonsilitis
3.start of typhoid
simple tylonol wont help a simple test like blood complete picture will tell you the diagnosis from above go to ER.
take care
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Praveen Tayal's  Response
Thanks for writing to us.
You are having multiple symptoms sudden in onset likely to be related to a generalized viral infection. In addition to tylenol that you are already taking you need to have rest, hot shower, a stronger pain killer like ibuprofen and a healthy diet.
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