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Severe pain in head, joints, toes and larger muscles, high BP. Why does it occur when I sneeze?

Hello Dr. My name is Dennis, 52 , male. Sometimes when I sneeze it is like being struck by lightning. I get severe pain from my head to my toes. It feels like a running pain through my body and last only a second or so however pain continues in my joints and larger muscles for a while afterwards. My upper thighs were painful most of the day today from a sneeze this morning. I am 5'8" tall about 220 lbs. Diabetic type 2 w/ High Blood Pressure, What could this be?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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Hi, thank you for posting at Health Care Magic.

All the symptoms you refer make me think you are in flu situation. This happens because your immunity is weak. This is caused by diabetes mellitus type 2. You should avoid staying in cold places. It is not excluded the possibility that you are allergic by powder. The causes of allergy can be animals in the house and mold, avoid those two causes and air your house.
You should take Oxymetazoline Hydrochloridum(Operil). This medicament will improve your symptoms.
*Contact your medic.

I wish you fast recover.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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