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Pain behind eyes while moving, sore throat, spasms of muscle pains in several body parts. Cure?

Hello, I have been experiencing pain behind my eyes when I move them, ad a sore throat . Along with bruise-like muscle pains down my back and legs. I also experience twinges or spasms of muscle pain in concentrated areas, such as below shoulder blades, just above elbow and below ears, causing my head to cock to one side in pain. Help?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Hi, sore throat associated with muscle spasm and pain point towards an infectious origin. This could be pharyngitis, tonsillitis or common cold. You would need an antibiotic like Penicillin V or Amoxicilline (if you are not allergic to) and a pain killer with anti-inflammatory property like Ibuprofen but I would suggest you see your doctor to know the exact cause of your problem before treatment.
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