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is it safe to eat cereal with milk when you have a fever like headaches and dizziness and sometimes upset stomach?

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Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
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Cereal and milk: Yes it is safe but you must soon see a doctor about your headaches, dizziness, and upset stomach. PS: Please check that the milk is OK!

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