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Hot and cold flushes, headache, ringing in ears. Can you diagnose this?

Hi, I ve had hot and cold flushes a lot at work today and got sent home when I was sick. I have only been sick once today but now have a lingering head ache and ringing in my ears. Every now and then I feel fine, then suddenly feel terrible. Can you please help me diagnose this? I wouldn t mind just sleeping it off however I have a terminaly Ill brother who is on immunosuppressants at the moment so if I have a virus I need to know so I don t pass it to him. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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HI I have gone through your mail and i am suspecting that you are suffering from acute upper respiratory tract ifection which is now involvig your ears also through eustechian tube (tubular connection between throat and ear),you are adviced to go for some basic investigatios like:culture and sensitivity of your throat swab,CBC,X-Ray paranasal sinuses,in this way your problum may be solved.Thanks
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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