Last night while sitting in my night class I was over taken with fever and my throat started to swell up. I figured I was just getting a cold, but my nose hasn't been running at all. I went back to my dorm room and laid down. My body temperature got extremely hot including my feet. It was like I turned into a heater. When I walk now I have pain in my calves as if I had been working out. I'm able to think clearly, but my head feels like it is in the clouds. I have been sleeping a ton lately and have been exhausted. I'm starting to think I have mono. My body temperature has returned to normal. My throat doesn't feel that soar anymore, but I have trouble talking without coughing. Along with that every once and I while I was laying down I would feel sharp pains in different parts of my body. Also when I would get out of bed to go to the bathroom or something I was unbalanced when walking.
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