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Feverish feeling, cough and mild chest pain, low pulse rate, sore throat, slimy spit, head pains on moving eyes. What could be the cause?

Hi I am feeling I am having fever but when measured it is normal, but my body is burning up also cough with mild chest pain or soreness. My pulse when lying down is 85-90, bp 140/88. My throught is kind of sore I have to clear my throught also my spit is slimy. Can you tell me what is going on. Oh also my head feels lite when moving eyes , not always but several times a day.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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It seems like you are having an acute episode of viral fever, though your temperature is normal.

Please take supportive treatment in the form of analgesics, anti-inflammatory drugs such as Cetrizine and Acetaminphen.

Do warm saline gargling thrice daily. Take a day of complete bed rest.

You will be fine soon.

Take care.
Answered: Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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