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Hello. I woke up feeling the "chills" at 4am. After

Hello. I woke up feeling the "chills" at 4am. After bundling up and back to bed I woke up at 5am for work. Throughout the day I have been getting tired very easily and feel very achy. My neck feels stiff as well. Should I just try to rest or get in to a doctor right away?
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