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Reason for body ache, headache and excessive sweating?

Sunday evening I started feeling very achy all over, got a headache as well. I took a couple extra strength tylenol and went to bed. In bed I was achy and got hot and sweaty. Yesterday I broke out in a sweat just walking into work, which never has happened before. By the end of the day I felt achy and sore all over again. I went home and just layed around all evening. I had a great sleep last night and woke up feeling much better, but still have a headache. Also, I m sweaty again like crazy. Any idea?
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
There are many reasons for a constant headache . You should check your blood pressure and eye sight. If you are getting sweaty please go visit the nearby physician / cardiologist and get an ECG done as soon as possible to rule out Myocardial Infarction ie , heart attack. May I know your age please.
Take care, get well soon.
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