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Symptoms of a flu include abrupt onset of fever, headache, fatigue, and body aches. If in addition to feeling cold, you start to get the chills, you are probably sick. Watch for signs of body aches and headache, dry cough, sore throat and runny nose. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-you-tell-me-if-i-am-sick-if-i-am-cold-and-tired-or-am-i-just-tired ]
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Symptoms of a flu include abrupt onset of fever, headache, fatigue, and body aches. If in addition to feeling cold, you start to get the chills, you are probably sick. Watch for signs of body aches and headache, dry cough, sore throat and r…

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I am Severely Depressed Over Genital Herpes (From a Rape). HELP!?
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A: It doesn’t matter what age you are – you can become anemic. There are babies in the nursery being treated for anemia. So you could possibly be anemic, but lets attack your symptoms first. You get more sleep than I do – I have sleep apnea. I get about 3 or 4 hours a night – I am tired and lethargic. If I don’t take naps I have no attention span.Potatoes are no good if you are not eating – too many carbs. Try eating small meals every 3 or so hours – an apple is a meal. Best way to try to level out your system:Breakfast – cereal or oatmeal or eggs, etcAbout 3 hours later an apple and a little cheese or other fruit.Lunch about 3 hour later – a sandwich (or half if you aren’t that hungry) and a tomato fruit.Mid afternoon a snack of fruit or veggie or the other half of the sandwichSupper with the family, just watch what you eat.Snack before bed – popcorn or fruit.This will help with the dizzies. – now the period – could be polycysticovary syndrom. Unfortunately your GYN doctor has to get involved and recommend. My daughter has this and her periods are almost nonexistint and she has stomach pains.So see, all your syptoms can be almost anything. But describe this to your mother and she may stop blaming lack of sleep, because that is only the corner of the problem.Good luck sweetie.
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