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Pain behind my eyes with fever and headache?

Hi,  I have a fever (range from 100 - 102) and a bad headache.  The headache comes and goes, however, I also have really bad eye pain centralized behind both eyes.  It is a minor dull ache until I roll my eyes around in their sockets (using peripheral vision, looking up down left or right without moving my head, or changing my line of sight too quickly.  I also feel the pain in my lower forehead. My other symptoms correspond with the flu, but I have never experienced this problem with my eyes.  There is no redness or sharp pains, just the aching feeling.  Could this be related to the flu or to my fever or is this something to be concerned about?  I do have sensitive sinuses, but no stuffy nose. My nodes in my neck are swollen so that it feels like there is a marble on the left side of my neck. I  (female, 18yo)
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Had the exact same eye pain when I had a flu, went away after 3 days. Nothing to worry about, it's just part of the flu for some unfortunate beings like us.
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