Stomache ache headache runny nose, what's wrong?

Usually viral. Viruses cause the symptoms you listed. Viruses cannot be killed by antibiotics but your body will fight off the viral infection over the next 5-10 days. In the meantime, take OTC medications to help with the symptoms. Dayquil/nyquil might help. If you develop a high fever, shortness of breath or severe head / neck pain, then see your doctor or urgent care.

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