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Painful and swollen stomach leading to fever, lightheaded, body pain, painful limbs. What could it be ?

hi, i had a really painful and swollen stomach yesterday, that led on to being really warm - so i took some paracetemol to bring down my temperature, then i got home and was really cold and light headed, my muscles and joints were aching and my head really hurt so i went to bed and slept for 12 hours - now im dosed up and have achey limbs - what could it be?
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Thank you for your question.
With the aches and pains and fever that you are mentioning it seems likely to be a viral infection which should go away in due course of time, usually in a week's time. Meanwhile you can continue taking paracetamol two tablets three to four times daily for your fever and your pain.
Meanwhile I would also suggest that you take electrolyte rich fluids such as pedialyte or gatorade as well.
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Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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