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Stomach ache, dry skin, itchiness, fever, bacterial infection, headaches. Why?

I am 28 years old, having terrible stomach aches, i feel it mainly in the middle and top and at times the left and right sections of my stomach. My skin has also become dry and itchy with occasional small bumpy and itchy flare ups on my legs which, I repeat, come once in a while. I m a healthy individual, I don t smoke , or drink alcohol. I exercise and eat VERY HEALTHY. I recently got over some type of flu with slight fever. A week or so later I started having this sick feeling in my stomach. It goes away when I drink Black tea but somehow returns. I m thinking it s some type of bacterial infection . I feel tired and a bit sick. No diarrhea or vomiting , but some occasional headaches. Any ideas?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Recurrent bumpy itchy flare ups associated with or preceded by flu like illness along with some food pipe issues (stomach aches in your case) might inducate some autoimmune diseases.

Or else, it may be a complication of your recent flu

Or, it may be a gastritis that may have been caused by medications that you might have taken during fever

You should consult a internal medicine specialist for a thorough evaluation without getting panic
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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