Headache, body aches pain ; swollen glands in neck fever 101.6 cough and burning in face and ears stopped up?

Concerning. Sounds like headache is secondary to an apparent infection, and perhaps this involves the sinuses, and lungs. Need to have this fully evaluated asap, and important to obtain a diagnosis and get treatment.
Infection. It sounds like you have some sort of throat infection; consult your pcp rightaway.

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