Virus. Sounds like a viral upper respiratory infection. Symptoms may last 5-10 days depending on too many factors and too small of a space for this answer. Persistent temperatures, lack of improvemt in symptoms should prompt you to see a doctor please.
Possibilities... You likely have either a bacterial or viral infection. See your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. Drink plenty of fluids and rest. If there is a bacterial infection, antibiotics would be prescribed. Otherwise, treatment involves symptom control.
Possibilities Huge. A hugely common mistake is jumping to conclusions in the mistaken belief that a label (diagnoses in medicalese) will somehow result in a fix or cure. Yet this is precisely one of the commonly promoted mistakes which powerfully drive ↑ costs & ↓ quality, including within the medical disease industry. Avoid assuming what is Not in Evidence. As Soul↔Mind↔Brain↔Body creatures, possibilities are huge.
What has the symptoms sore throat, cough, light headache, light body aches, paleness, light vomiting only once, and very rare but low fever?
Many. Viruses, upper respiratory infection, Mono, Strep, Pneumonia, can still present this way. When in doubt get checked out.
I have a random blister on my chin, is it herpes? I'm also experiencing headache, body aches, a cough, sore throat and a fever. Help?
Blister. The blister on the chin may represent a cold sore caused by the herpes virus. Your symptoms represent a viral illness symptomatic care such as fluids and antipyretics are in order.
I need to know if I need to go to the doctor? Severe sore throat....Cant swallow....Headache.....Cant cough....Fever...Body aches.....
Yes. The symptoms you describe should warrant a visit to your doctor to be safe.
I have body aches, a progressively worsening sore throat, and cough that I feel deep in my back and itchy back. No fever. Should I see a doctor?
Maybe. If not better in 4-5 days or worsening cough or pain, yes, see a Dr.