Many people experience cellulitis in the hands, fingers, feet, toes, and in the face, specifically near the eyes. If you encounter skin that's hot, uncomfortable, or painful, it's time to talk to your general practitioner. Also, you may feel like you've got the flu. Nausea, fever, chills, and shaking can mean the cellulitis infection is spreading.
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