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Hey everyone,

Lately I've had lower back pain, a sore throat, a cough, and generally I've been feeling pretty tired even though i normally get 8 hours of sleep. Also, when I cough it makes my lower back hurt more, and a few days ago I had a slight fever.

Does anybody know of anything that can cause this combination of symptoms? I've wondered if it's the flu or something else.




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We're not doctors. If you're suspecting that you have a flu, you need to go and see your general practitioner.

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