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Frequent urination, chills, abdominal pain, side pain, trouble sleeping. Nausea and vomiting. Feeling feverish. Decreased appetite. What is this?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree

In brief: Get eval

make sure you don't have kidney or urinary tract infection.
This warrants prompt medical eval

In brief: Get eval

make sure you don't have kidney or urinary tract infection.
This warrants prompt medical eval
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Dr. Lynne Weixel
Clinical Psychology

In brief: Reason to see a Dr.

Especially if this lasts more than a day or two - you need to be examined and treated.
At least, during this time be very careful to drink lots of water - nutrient water may be a good part of that since you're not eating. Diagnosis w/out examination is fairly risky and can't provide treatment anyway - so, go to your PCP or a clinic ASAP. The pain meds you take can cause GI problems - ask about it.

In brief: Reason to see a Dr.

Especially if this lasts more than a day or two - you need to be examined and treated.
At least, during this time be very careful to drink lots of water - nutrient water may be a good part of that since you're not eating. Diagnosis w/out examination is fairly risky and can't provide treatment anyway - so, go to your PCP or a clinic ASAP. The pain meds you take can cause GI problems - ask about it.
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