Saturday night I was out drinking I gave a girl a some of my drink then the next morning I woke up with a really sore throat the next day and I continued coughing for about 2 days. But weird thing is today my throat was actually bleeding, not a lot of blood but just enough for my saliva to be pink. I have also gotten really bad chills and have had to cover up in about 4 blankets for the past couple days. Anyone know whats up so I have an idea before I go to the doctor tomorro?
Um, everytime I have had chills that bad and get that cold, I had a very high fever. It can make you feel like your freezing sometimes, I'm just curious how your feeling now? I went to a doctors appt. this morning and was feeling fine, and boom, now I have the worst sore throat I've ever had. Uh-Oh. Take care aheart
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