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sneezing and full body aches and im always hot and a constint headache body is very week?. never a fever no sore throat no other symptoms

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Dr. Varadarajan Subbiah
Internal Medicine 15 years experience
Viral infection: These symptoms maybe consistent with a viral infection, especially the flu. You should seek the advice of a primary care doctor and should be tested for the flu. If your symptoms have been present for less than 48 hours when you see your doctor, you maybe able to get treatment to shorten the duration of the flu.

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