I have headaches, fever, chills, nausea, diarrhea, muscle aches?

Virus Likely. Sounds like you may be suffering from a viral gastroenteritis, although there are many other possibilities. Important thing here is to control the symptoms....Fever meds, hydrate, simplify diet or go very bland. If there are no changes with these efforts....Head to your doc with 24-48 hrs....Especially if you can't break the fever.

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Can the cold or the flu cause fever that gets better in the morning, headaches, chills, and muscle aches for more than 2 days?

Yes. The flu virus often causes fever, headaches, cough, headaches, fatigue and muscle aches for 5-10 days. It's common for someone to have normal temperature in the morning with fever in the late afternoon and evening. A cold usually causes less severe symptoms and low-grade or no fever. . Read more...

Yesterday I ate pork and vegetable. Immediately I experienced mild fever, muscle ache and headache. What cause of this?

You could have. some type of stomach virus or bacterial infection, or it could be incidental with some pre-existing viral infection that was coming anyway. Or you could influenza. It is hard to say and sometimes you need to see a healthcare provider for proper examination and diagnosis. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. Read more...

What does it mean when you haver periodic chills & muscle aches but no fever?

Viral infection? These could be symptoms caused by a viral infection. If they persist, or get worse, see your dr. For an evaluation, best wishes. Read more...

VERY small dog bite by vaccinated pet Friday PM. Tiny bite is fine. Saturday low grade fever, chills, muscle aches, tight chest feeling. Related? Flu?

Doubtful. Unless you received tetanus shot or rabies prophylaxis which may be a reaction to these. Your symptoms are not related to dog bite. Check with the PCP that treated you. Read more...
Probably unrelated. If a bite/scratch is infected, it almost always gets red, swollen, painful. Your symptoms are likely from an infection from a different source. . Read more...
Urgent Care. Whether it's related or not, you have considerable symptoms which warrant you to be seen. Read more...