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Intermittent tension in muscles and tremors, get blood smell, tiredness and confusion. Could this be due to food poisoning?

Hi there! Thank you for your time and help. I m an 18 year old female and I m experiencing some weird symptoms. Every half hour or so, my muscles tense up and I start shaking, as if it s cold in the room. I also feel like I am smelling blood at times. I ve been tired and confused. I don t know what this could be. Is there a possibility this could be a form of food poisoning? I threw up a few days ago. This has only been going on for 3 days, and I ve gotten plenty of sleep. Let me know what you think!
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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From history it seems that as you got this type of sensation and feeling shows that you might be having some infection.
Most probably in Urinary tract infection, one gets this type of feeling.
Consult your doctor and get examined.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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