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Fever that heats up my body, and wont go away

I have started to get feaver last week on tuesday, with feaver, my eyes hert, and head herts, coughing, running noze. The first night I was barely able to sleep since my body temperature skyrocketed to the point that I was all wet. The next day similar things during the day, at night my body temperature went up but not as hight as previous. And that is pretty much the sicle untill saturday, my did hert anymore but everything else stayed intact, with new issue, my body doesnt want to take any food, at times it takes it. and at times it all comes out. I have took aspirin , couphing sirope, lemon anticouph tea, I have brethe in water wapour with medicenal herbs to kill germs in my respiratory system . Nothing helps
Asked On : Sun, 12 Sep 2010
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Thanks for query,
it seems that you might have respiratory infection,viral or bacterial.
Go for blood check up,TC,DC,Platelet count.
After report go for treatment accordingly.
Mean while take tab. paracetamol as and when required.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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