I have some of these symptoms as well and unfortunately it doesn't seem like there is a definite answer. I had a stomach virus and went to the doctor because I had neck pain and a low fever... wanted to make sure it wasn't meningitis or anything more serious. It was only a stomach virus. I honestly am thinking that I have chronic sinus allergies (causing headaches, face and head pressure, eye tiredness and soreness, headaches, any throat issues) and possibly TMJ disorder (causing jaw and neck pain, headaches, soreness in mouth). I am going to look into TMJ disorder next month when I visit my dentist. I notice that I do clench my teeth sometimes while sleeping or even while awake. I feel dizzy quite often and get vertigo often. One time I used a sinus nose spray and the dizziness and pressure did improve, but my throat felt very sore afterwards! This shows that I definitely had some blocked up sinuses, and then the drainage irritated my throat even more.
These are just some ideas. Do you think any of this may be a possibility for you? I haven't really been getting any other allergies at this time of year. Also, any fever? My temperature is completely normal (other than when I had the stomach virus). I also feel pretty wiped out and exhausted quite often, even with good sleep. I haven't been able to find someone to help me out with these symptoms and am just trying to look into it more on my own. I already have some other health issues to take care of first and get tired of paying many copays to visit specialists and get no help!
Im only 22 n feel like im dieing lol yeh i do feel i get tempature both hot and cold but when member of family feels my head im not! Docs are to quick to say its a virus or u need anti botics thats what they said i had at first. I do suffer badly with hayfever. Dentist said the pain in my face could be my wisdom teeth but surly they cant do this much damage
Actually, wisdom teeth CAN cause a lot of pain and issues! It may not cause all of them, but certain things for sure. I had mine removed since they were impacted and would cause a lot of problems if I let them grow in. I definitely had soreness back there even though they were still under the gums. Some people are very lucky and their wisdom teeth fit, but most people's mouths are a little too crowded for them. I understand that it can be an expensive surgery and all if you need to be put under anesthesia, but if you don't get them removed (and are one who should), it can cause you to need root canals and other work later on down the road. You can tell if you'll need them removed by looking at your x-rays. Some dentists will try to get you to remove them anyway since they aren't needed, but if you notice the tooth rubbing against your back molars or growing towards them, that means there likely just isn't room for them.
I also suggest you get your thyroid checked out. Some basic blood tests only do very basis tests, so it's good to get some additional ones too. This will be an easy way to make sure it isn't a thyroid condition or something else that would show up in blood work.
Thanks for the info ive had a thyoid test which come back normal, however about the wisdom teeth i do have 3 impacted wisdom teeth i am currently waiting for them to be removed god damm nhs waiting 3 months for an appoinment, really wanna get rid of this fainty feeling