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Fluctuating body temperatute, no appetite, need to use the toilet frequently, weak. Stomach upset?

Hi, two days ago I went for a meal and i think the chicken I ate was undercooked, I was sick yesterday, my temperature has been changing like there is no tomorrow, and I have a bard head but evertime I go to walk somewhere I need to sit down after a few steps. I feel like I am going to pass out and I need the toilet a lot even though I've had nothing to eat. I feel very weak, I have been drinking water so I don't get dehydrated.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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It seems that you are having acute Gastro-intestinal infection due to contaminated food.
Consult your doctor and take treatment of loose motions.
There is a chance of having dehydration if loose motions does not control.
Take plenty of water, apple juice, lemon juice.
Take Electrolytes and ORS liquid.
Take light dooet like curd, rice and buttermilk.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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