A person who needs a flu checkup has aches, pain, fever, fatigue, and other symptoms of the flu, an infection caused by a virus that attacks the lungs, nose, and throat. The flu is caused when you inhale bodily fluids from an infected person who coughs, sneezes, or propels the virus into the air. The flu can be mild to severe to life-threatening, but most cases can be treated at home with over-the-counter medication and lots of fluids and rest. Common causes can include a bellyache due to poor diet to stomach ulcers or, rarely, cancer of the digestive tract or abdominal organs. Most abdominal pain can be treated at home, although some pain indicates an underlying condition that requires medication or even surgery. Arm pain is any pain in the arms, including the shoulder, wrist, and elbow joint.
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