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Sudden cold chills,lethargy,tingling in buttock and fingertips,muscle aches,fever,headaches,dizziness on standing up

I have been experiencing sudden cold chills, dizziness , lathargy, muscle aches, fever and headaches. It starts with fatigue , then severe cold chills, tingling in buttock and fingertips and then aches/pains. It is episodic. It happened Friday and then again today. I was better for the two days in between with a slight headache. The week before I did notice dizziness when I stood up. Do you know what this could be? 29 yr old female
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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From symptoms it seems that you might be having Malarial fever.
Go for complete blood checking with malarial parasites.
Meanwhile take paracetamol as and when required for symptomatic relief.
Take plenty of water and have light diet.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Wed, 21 Aug 2013
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