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Periodic body chills, aches, headaches, heavy high sweat, negative flu and swine flu tests, viral infection. Suggestion?

I have been having body chills, aches, headaches that come a go on and off during the day. One night my teeth were chatting and i had a pool of sweat in bed in the morning. this is on and off for 2 weeks, no runny nose, etc, i went to the doctor and she said i had a viral infection and told me to drink orange juice and activia and there is nothing they can do. Oh i tested negavtive to every test, flu, swine flu , etc. help
Asked On : Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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Dear missparker0737, welcome to hcm.
Please mention ur age and city/place of residence. it will help us to know the probable infections if any prevailing in that locality..
Please test for a "MP Smear". it is best if u get it tested when u hav a rise in temperature.
for the symptoms, u can take Acetaminophen(Paracetamol) 10-15mg/kg body weight.
improve ur protein & vitamins,minerals intake to support the body' immunity. Please mention the report and we'll surely help u out.
thank you:-)
Answered: Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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