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Sore throat for 2weeks and cough but my head and cheeks feels as if its hot but if I touch my face or take temp its all fine??

Sore throat. If you have a sore throat and you do not have a fever you likely have post nasal drip. I would get the nasal steroid spray like nasal cort . Two sprays each nostril with the head pointed down to the ground. Give it a few days to get the full results of the meds. The sore throat is likely to post nasal drip. If you start to cough color: yellow or brown you may need an antibiotic good luck . Read more...

I have a really bad head temp sore throat nausea and my body is hurting can't get my head of the pillow as it hurts too much?

Dr. can evaluate. Throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (Tamiflu (oseltamivir) may be used for influenza), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. A person might see a doctor if the sore throat is very painful or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to check for strep throat and influenza). Influenza (the flu) can cause a big headache, which the Dr. can check. Read more...

I have a sore throat, ears are sore congested nose and a head ache. I also have been having hot and colds and when you touch my skin it is sore?

Viral infection. it seems like you have a virus infection that's causing all the symptoms. There is no cure for virus infections. Take some over the counter cough and cold medicine and pain medicine for pains. Virus infections usually last seven to ten days and then starts to clear out. . Read more...
Viral URTI. This sounds like an upper respiratory tract infection commonly caused by viruses. Fevers, chills, congestion, increased sensitivity are are typical symptoms of the common cold. If the symptoms persist for more than a week or if the symptoms worsen rather than improve over time, you need to see your GP to rule out a bacterial cause of the infection. . Read more...
Viral infection . Sounds like viral upper respiratory tract infection. Pain relief , hot fluids (like honey, lemon and ginger drink ) , and rest should help . If not improving then see your doctor. . Read more...