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Dr. Ana Adelstein
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Chills, sweats, fever of 104 at the highest, body aches, vomiting, severe dizziness, nausea. What could it be?

Chills, sweats, fever of 104 at the highest, body aches, vomiting, severe dizziness, nausea. What could it be?

See MD ASAP: It's probably an infection of some sort, perhaps a rather severe one. However, there must be a hundred or more different infections and other medical conditions that cause such symptoms and there's no way to guess at the cause in your case. But this could be quite dangerous: with a fever that high, see a doctor immediately. Good luck!

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I have nausea that I can feel in my chest, body aches, chills, and vomitting....Is that the flu?

I have nausea that I can feel in my chest, body aches, chills, and vomitting....Is that the flu?

Sounds viral: Very well may be a viral process, so try to stay well hydrated and get rest. If progressive, call your md.

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Decreased appetite and nausea vomiting after eating. Fatigue tiredness and all over body aches/tiredness. No energy at all. No fever. 2-3 days?

Decreased appetite and nausea vomiting after eating. Fatigue tiredness and all over body aches/tiredness. No energy at all. No fever. 2-3 days?

Viral?: Make sure you dont' get dehydrated in the meanwhile. Try Tylenol (acetaminophen) for the aching. If the problem persists for >10 days or getting much worse in the meanwhile, see your doctor.

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Can you have nausea, vomiting, dizziness and a high fever in early pregnancy?

Can you have nausea, vomiting, dizziness and a high fever in early pregnancy?

Not from pregnancy: Nausea, and vomiting, are typical symptoms in early pregnancy. High fever (>100) is not typical, and it could mean you have an infection, either a non-dangerous stomach flu or more serious abdomen or brain infection. See your doctor soon.

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Itchy skin all over, no fever, decreased appetite, trouble sleeping, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, flank pain, neg pregnancy test, fast heart beat. Help?

Itchy skin all over, no fever, decreased appetite, trouble sleeping, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, flank pain, neg pregnancy test, fast heart beat. Help?

Infection: You sound like you have either pelvic inflammatory disease or pyelonephritis - both are serious infections. If you don't have fever, I suspect you either actually do (later in the day) or will soon. You should be seen by your doctor today for a urinalysis and abdominal/pelvic exam.

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My mom, aged 72, has cyclical symptoms that occur every 2 months: chills, fever, body aches, vomiting. Blood work, other tests all come up normal?

My mom, aged 72, has cyclical symptoms that occur every 2 months: chills, fever, body aches, vomiting. Blood work, other tests all come up normal?

Cyclical disease: I would want to know if it was exactly 2 months at a time -and for how long she was experiencing this. There is something called cyclical neutropenia, but it's very rare. I think she needs to be evaluated when she's actually sick -because when in recovery you may not identify the cause. I think your mom needs a thorough evaluation - and it may be time for that second opinion to shed light on this.

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Is this the flu or pregnancy? Nausea vomiting belching

Is this the flu or pregnancy? Nausea vomiting belching

Test confirms either: Symptoms of body issues often overlap & over time may become more specific. Office flu tests are often accurate from the start of symptoms, pregnancy tests are usually accurate after ~ two wks or when your body starts to notice. U can either test for either or wait it out.

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How long does a stomach virus typically last? I'm going on 3 days of not eating, high fevers, nausea, vomiting, sweating and aching all over, help!

How long does a stomach virus typically last? I'm going on 3 days of not eating, high fevers, nausea, vomiting, sweating and aching all over, help!

Usually 2-3 days: Most stomach bugs last 2-3 days, so you should either be feeling better very soon, or should be checked out. Especially if you are not keeping any fluids down, you are at risk for dehydration.Most gastroenteritis infections also have diarrhea, so if only the symptoms you describe, must also consider other infections, such as urine or lung, or something more than a bug.

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Dx by GI w/ gastroparesis. Very nausea and have had some vomitting. No fever but have had body aches x3 days? Next appt with my GI on the 19th.

Dx by GI w/ gastroparesis. Very nausea and have had some vomitting. No fever but have had body aches x3 days? Next appt with my GI on the 19th.

Gastroparesiis: Gastroparesis is a condition in which there is weakness of the stomach muscle which leads to delayed emptying. It is caused by damage to vegas nerve due to diabetes or surgical trauma. Treatment includes low fiber diet, vegetables should be well cooked. Medications for vomiting and medication to stimulate the stomach muscles Reglan (metoclopramide) which has some side effects. Discuss with your doc.

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Fever, body aches, vomiting and chills. Could this be the flu?

Fever, body aches, vomiting and chills. Could this be the flu?

Yes, could be flu: This symptoms- fever, body ache, vomiting, chills- could be due to viral infection like flu (influenza). However, also could be due to bacterial infection. Viral infection usually cause body ache and more specific to viral infection.

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