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    Husband is sick anyone know what this could be?
    faithmarie2009 posted:
    The last 3 days he has been severely lightheaded (couldn't get out of bed yesterday), nauseous, loss of appetite, profusely sweating, and sometimes a headache. I couldn't find anything online to match the description. I finally got him to go to the ER which is where he is at now but I had to stay home with our daughter. Has anyone experienced this if so what was it? Or does anyone know what it could be? I'm really freaked out.
    Anon_175177 responded:
    Sorry about your sick husband. What did the ER doctor have to say about his illness? Maybe others will recognize it and respond.
    faithmarie1023 replied to Anon_175177's response:
    It was a viral infection that could only pass on it own so other then hooking him up to an IV he had to just wait out the sickness for 7-10 days.

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