For the past 3 days, I've had a horrible stuffy/runny nose combo paired with a sore throat. Swallowing hurts not only in my throat, but pain radiates into my ears too. I've had migraines and sometimes a bit of a higher temperature, ranging from 99-101. There's pressure in my temples and the bridge of my nose. I'm very tired and I have aches all over. I'm sensitive to cold objects and the insides of my ear hurt. I'm in a really terrible, irritable mood. When I go to lay back, the back of my head starts to hurt and there's a painful, throbbing sensation in my ears. I have my air conditioning in my room at 64 degrees, and during the night, I'm kicking off my blankets and I wake up sweating. My throat is all swollen and red. There's pressure in my ears and they hurt a LOT.
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