My mother for years suffered from symptoms and I think I am starting to suffer from them. It starts with chills and uncontrollable shivering. Sometimes lasting for hours. Then, on occasion nausea ensure with vomiting, often more than once. This is followed my continual headaches and stomach aches.
For me, this started two days ago. I couldn't do my job at work as I could not concentrate and my vision would sometime become blurry. I take the bus home and nearly passed out while waiting for it. I slept all day the next day and now going on day three, I still have headaches and stomach aches, but I now also have a sharp pain in my lower left back.
Do any of these symptoms sound familiar? Anything I can to about it?View Thread
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