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Headache, pain in calves muscles, loss of appetite and feeling thirsty. What is the disease?

Hi, I have a headache behind my eyes, cough , the chills, I m constantly hot and cold . It s back and forth with being hot and cold. I have pains in my calve muscles even though I haven exercised or have done anything to strain them. I have lost my appetite and find it hard to eat. I m always thirsty. I may have a possible fever as well.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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The symptoms being mentioned are found in many medical conditions and as such it is not possible to diagnose you on line without a proper physical examination and relevant investigations.
You must consult your doctor as early as possible for the necessary action.
Fever with chills indicate a possible infection in you which can be revealed only by the tests.
Answered: Thu, 11 Jul 2013
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