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Have headache, eye pain, fatigue, dizziness, heavy chest and nausea. No cough. Remedy?

It started with phlegm in my throat then next night I woke up at 3:00am with nausea and a fever of 100. Eyes hurt, fatigued, dizziness , no cough but when I make myself cough it is either clear or white and bad tasting. My chest feels a tad heavy and a tad irritated. Low energy still with all the other symptoms mentioned above minus the fever and its been a week. I m able to get on with my day which makes my boss and my husband question if I m faking it or not. The symptom which bothers me the most today is a dull (sometimes stabbing pain) nonstop headache in forehead and behind eyes and still the phlegm. Now the inside of my nose has been swollen for many, many years. I would think it s sinusitis but with my chest feeling a tad bothered could it be something else without a cough? (I do have a doc. appt.. but they didn t have an opening until end of next week.) Thanks! :)
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

Thanks for writing to H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding headache, fever, phlegm, pressure behind the eye and swelling inside of your nose.

Considering your symptoms it appears that most likely you are having respiratory tract infection , there may be associated sinusitis (chronic).

You are advice for these investigations-

1- X-Ray paranasal sinuses (occipitomental view).

2- X-Ray chest (PA view).

3- Blood- CBC, ESR, Blood sugar (F & PP).

By the inferences of above investigations and there clinical co-relations will disclose the facts for real diagnosis that may be accordingly managed.

Answered: Mon, 12 Aug 2013
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