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Swollen tonsils and spots all over. Unable to eat or drink. Excessive sweating. Possible problem?

i have a swollen right tonsil and i had spots all over my tonsils and throat but i have no pain at all . after 3 days im now becoming very sick like i have the flu or something. im always sweating and feeling like im gonna faint. i cant eat or drink anything besides water or i throw it up . i went to the ER after i noticed the white spots and they gave me a strep and mono test and both came back negative . i dont know whats going on ive never experienced this before and ive had strep throat ALOT . i just feel very out of it and not like myself . can you help me figure out whats going on ?
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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You have diphtheria infection and you have to consult a physician. plenty of rest, IV fluids, hospitalization. antibiotics will help
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