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Headache Sore Throat Fatigue No Fever
Possibly virus: For significant sore throat with swollen tonsils / lymph nodes – see physician ; get a strep throat test/ culture. If you have strep throat, antibiotic therapy is imperative to prevent future complications. Consider tylenol (acetaminophen) or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications. Saltwater gargles: mix 1 tsp salt in 8 oz warm water – gargle several times a day. Or gargle with aloe vera juice twice a day. ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Just started?: If this just started then I would suspect a viral infection. See an Urgent Care or your Family Doctor for evaluation. If you have had this for weeks or months then it is a little more difficult to say. I would suggest seeing your Family Doctor or a Rheumatologist for evaluation and blood work. Possibilities include arthritis, lyme disease, fibromyalgia, post-viral syndrome. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dry cough with sore throat, body aches, fatigue, nausea but no vomiting, diarrhea, constant headache.
URI or: Could be uri, or something else. See your doctor. ...Read more
Symptoms: soar throat, coughing, headache, neck pain, some muscle pain, stuffy nose, chills, sneezing, tired, no fever?
Viral illness: Sounds like a viral illness to me. If symptoms persist, see a doctor. ...Read more
May be influenza: Although not the season for the flu, the description of the symptoms are fairly typical for viral infection. Assuming that you are otherwise healthy and not exposed to other infectious agents or traveled outside of the US recently, these symptoms usually will pass in a week. Meanwhile, drink plenty of fluids, take tylenol (acetaminophen) for fever and aches and stay in bed. If anything gets worse, see your MD ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Laryngitis: Sounds like you have laryngitis. You lost your voice because the virus attacked your vocal cords and caused them to swell. The swelling will go down over the next 24 hours and your voice will come back. Just a lot of cool fluids will help and no talking. Talking will cause the vocal cords to vibrate more and aggravate the swelling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Quick onset-severe body aches fever headache. No cough/sore thrt/congestion. Fever 101-102.5. Slight vomiting yest but no real stomach discomfort?
Sore throat, headache, sinus pressure, body fatigue and aches but no fever. Allergies or Viral Infection?
Allergy symptoms: It depends on the duration of symptoms, if you symptoms have just started, it can be either allergies or a viral infection. If these symptoms have been persistent for several weeks, then it is more likely allergies. Do you recall if something triggered your symptoms? Were you around someone will a viral illness prior to your symptoms starting. ...Read more
My daughter has body aches, headache, nausea, fatigue, chills and mild sore throat but no fever. Virus infection?
Sounds like it: What you describe sounds like a viral illness. You are 17 years old. I assume your daughter is an infant. Have her checked out by your pediatrician to be sure. ...Read more
I am experiencing fever (101), chills, headache, weakness, no nausea, no sore throat, no stuffed head, no cough.
You are Ill: You are ill. You need to be seen by a physician urgently. ...Read more
2 days now of Sudden fatigue, very sore lymph glands, runny stuffy nose, slight cough. No difficulty swallowing. No fever. No headaches. Appetite fine?
Could be viral: This could be a viral illness, but if your symptoms don't start to improve over the next couple days, and certainly if they worsen, you should follow up with your primary doctor. If you develop chest pain, difficulty breathing, lethargy or any other significantly worsening symptoms, seek immediate medical attention. ...Read more
Poss. Strep throat: Strep throat can be diagnosed easily and treated with an antibiotic at your doctor's office or a nearby urgent care center. If the test is negative you probably have a virus like EBV, commonly known as Mono, fir which no specific treatment is required besides monitoring and symptomatic relief with ITC meds fir fever and pain. ...Read more
Queasy, acid like feeling in throat, low fever, body aches, cough, congestion yet running nose, no appetite, headache, fatigue, sore throat?
A viral: syndrome, just wait it outGet a more detailed answer ›
Sore throat x5days, tender neck nodes, pain swallowing, headache, red streaks on uvula, sweating/chills, nausea. Bad cold? Flu? There is no fever.
Pharyngitis+/- sinus: This isn't the cold or flu. This could be bacterial or viral pharyngitis. It could also be sinusitis (you said you had a headache). The neck nodes are anterior cervical chain lymphadenopathy..it goes along with this. Most infections of this type begin to resolve around this time. If it doesn't get any better in the next 48-72 hours..call your PCP. ...Read more
Viral illness signs: You seem to be having symptoms of a viral infection. Please drink plenty of fluids. Monitor for high temperatures, take Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin as needed. You may use over the counter anti allergy medication like plain Zyrtec or claritin to help with congestion and watering in the eyes. Please follow up with your PCP if you get persistent high temperatures or if symptoms last longer than 7 to 10 days. ...Read more
I have mild nausea, ache\fatigue, congestion, inconsistent sore throat, little to no cough, no headache rash or fever any ideas?
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