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fever body pains?

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Dr. Michael Silverman
Specializes in Infectious Disease
Flu: Sounds like a flu like illness.

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My body pains I am exhausted and even have a bit of a fever?

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Viral infection: A viral infection is likely although your symptoms are nonspecific at this time. Isolate yourself from others .Drink adequate fluids, take acetaminophen. If you develop sore throat ,cough and especially breathing difficulties notify your MD and get instructions. Covid19 infection is a concern if you live in an endemic area or have been exposed to someone who travelled in one.

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