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Fever, sweating a lot, tired, light headed, get lots of phelme at back of throat. What is wrong?

For the last few weeks, I have had fever, sweating a lot, until my clothes are wet, I changed then my pajamas top. on top of this, I feel very tired. Normally I am not one to go and sleep in bed but I have been doing. Now 2 weeks later, I keep feeling dizzy even just going from my bed to the toilet, short distance, light headed, when I am walking in the supermarket, shopping. on top of this i get lots of phelme, and catarrah at the back of my throat. Well I have not been to my doctor, for they only say I got a virus? So please can you tell me what is wrong with me.
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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You have what it seems nasal infections which are causing the discharge and which is falling down the throat, and causing the congestion or closingf the opening of eustachian tube (tube behind the nose and which opens in middle part of ear )
You have to take---
oral decongestant
nasal decongestant drops

Do consult an ENT specialist and if required get done CT scan of nose and paranasal sinuses.
Answered: Sun, 30 Jun 2013
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