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What may have caused this?

On the evening of the 6th of March i developped a mild sore throat and chills. The Chills lasted for the night while i woke up with a general fatigue and weakness that lasted only for that day. The mild sore throat remained for 7 more days and disappeared alone. I took for the whole period Cold and Flu pills and lots of strepsils to alleviate pain. Note: I had no stuffed or runny nose and went to the beach on the 6th day without that worsening my situation. I was travelling to to Australia where the weather waa changing to enter in autumn so i had parts of weather changes (fluctuation of warn and cold days sometimes in one day). What may that be? Any signs of STD or a flu can occur this way? Thanks
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973741 tn?1342342773
Sounds like a simple virus.  good luck
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Try alternative medicine NAET and/or BRT,  body restoration technique with a chiropractor that does applied kenisology,  AK technique

These methods are NON invasive and a higher level of accupunture without NEEDLES.  

These techniques are good for allergies and so much more.

I and friends have used for issues such as rashes,  viruses. Bacteria,  lung and cough,  bronchitis,  blood sugar. Thyroid. Epstein Bar. Information. Arthritis. Infections. The list goes on.

Good luck

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