I have been having the flu for the past 4 days so far
the first day i experienced fatigue, shivers, and high fever
the second day i felt better after taking some antibiotics, advil, and other off the shelf medicine, but i started developing dry cough, and chest pain.
the third day i had mucus build up in my chest, with chills feeling from time to time, but my condition seem to worsen and get better at times... i would feel fine in the morning, during night i would feel like i am getting sick again.
the fourth day i started feeling some tender pain around my groin area, i have no swelling of any lymph nodes what so ever, but i just have this tender feeling, slightly painful at times when i poke at it....what exactly is that??
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