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What is wrong if you have had nausea for over 2 months and the past 2 weeks you have had diarrhea vomiting fatigue and unlocalized pain?

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2005-11-05 23:25:45
2005-11-05 23:25:45

You're sick and need to see a doctor. GO NOW!

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