Why Does My Whole Body Ache?

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Your whole body may ache from chronic fatigue syndrome, influenza and fibromyalgia. It can also be caused by a viral infection or stress. You should see a doctor to get a proper diagnosis.
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1. Allow yourself time to rest. Forcing yourself to continue to live as if you aren't in pain is usually going to make things worse. If the body aches are due to strenuous exercise,
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because the pain spreads through the body.
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1. Visit your doctor. If you are showing signs of a fever and are experiencing body aches, contact your doctor. He will be able to determine the underlying reason and administer the
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