Discomfort: eyes, ears, throat, overall weakness?!

Question: Discomfort: eyes, ears, throat, overall weakness.?
For about the past 4 days I have felt physically run down, starting at the beginning of my day. My eyes are sore (but not dry) and somewhat red, my ears feel uncomfortable, and my throat is a little sore. I usually feel this way the night before I get hit with a cold, but so far nothing has developed. It simply does not feel like I have a cold or the flu. It's honestly like nothing I've ever felt before, which is why I am asking you helpful folks. I am almost 30 and have no allergies (up to this point). No sniffling, sneezing, or coughing has developed either. I just feel wore out, but more than just that. I'm hoping I will "bounce back" over the weekend, but if I don't I will schedule an appointment w/my doctor next week. Does anyone have any idea what could be going on with me.? If nothing else, maybe it will help me discuss this with my doctor. I'm very concerned.Health Question & Answer

10 days ago I had the same symptoms. I ended up seeing a doctor 5 days ago with bronchitis and a sinus infection. The cough was dry and made my ribs hurt after the first day due to being so intense. I have never been so sick in my life. I also had a mild fever. Still recovering today with a strong prescription cough suppressant, an inhaler and some antibiotics. I may have a few more days to full recovery. It really zapped my stamina too. Hopefully you will not be this sick but this is what happened to me. The sore throat and ear problem was from post nasal drip which also contributed to the cough. The eyes were swollen from the sinus infection. Hope you feel better.Health Question & Answer

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