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Severe headache, excessive sweat, lack of energy. Had a stomach viral infection recently. Do I have hypoglycemia?

I have been waking up sweaty, usually from the chest up, and with a sever headache that is in my temples. I seem to have no energy during the day. I did have a stomach virus a week ago. But it seems I have never lost the tempeture that came with it. I have a normal tep. of 97.6 and it has been going from 99 to 100.5 for atleast a week now. Could I have hypoglycemia?
Asked On : Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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I have gone through your available history.
It seems that your viral infection is the reason for your symptoms like sweating, headache lack of energy etc.
you should consult your doctor for detailed evaluation if fever is still present.
Doctor may advise you to go for blood tests like hemogram, billirubin level or widal tests to rue out other possible cause of fever.

Treatment should be directed as per cause.
Please take adequate amount of water, ORS powder or lemon juice to maintain hydration.

I hope It will help you.

Answered: Tue, 30 Jul 2013
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