I felt down the stairs like 3 days ago.i injured my tailbone bcuz i felt in a sitting position.which kinda stop me from walking too much and do my activities.i mostly spend my time in bed.i did went to a doctor.he said that my tailbone is fine its just swollen...i didnt do any xray tho,but im sure its not broken or anything because i can still walk.anyway lately i feel my body is like burning,i literally feel like im having a fever.i got runny nose,im shaking,my bones aching,headache,and all that...but my thermometer showed that i have a normal temperature.36c or like 97f...and earlier i was feeling a bit better when my temperature reach 35c or 95 f.tho i admit i never check my normal body temperature before...im wondering if this kind of heat have anything to do with my injury?and what should i do?
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