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Have Fibromyalgia and experiencing Diarrhoea, Nausea and Flu. Treated for UTI and Bronchitis. Cause for this symptoms?

Menopausal 49 yr old woman - Smoker For 3 weeks now, i have been feeling like I have the flu , nausea, diarrhea , sweating, mid level back pain, pain in upper left and right abdomen , Dull ache left upper ab, that wraps around to middle of my back, sharp pain right upper ab. I do have fibromyalgia , however I have never experienced a pain in the upper left ab before. I had a UTI three weeks ago that was treated with Macrobid . I do have a cold now with bronchitis ,but each day I feel worse. Today I thought I needed to get out, so i shoveled the driveway, light snow,. After, I starting sweating bad, nausea, almost vomiting, and I got a wicked jaw pain, hurt to open my jaw. I immediately had to lay down... Is it just the flu and my Fibro?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Dear Sir,

Thank you for posting your query on HCM.

Well it may be due to either fibromyalgias or flu but at present whatever history you have told it seems to be due to flu only . Flu leads to sweating bodyache , malaise , joint pains etc. which may last long even when theflu is over . A simple paracetamol will suffice for these symptoms .

Hope it answers your query.

Take care .

Dr. Shruti
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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