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Joint pain after covid and pregnancy
Last month I was affected with covid and it was during my 8th month of pregnancy. Lost my baby as it was stillbirth.after induced labour  I am having severe joint pains..I'm using flexon tablet from 10 days along with vitamin tablets..but knee joint pains are not reducing.. what should I do? Please help
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Take adequate diet Iron and calcium tablets. Stay hydrated and have lot of fluids Take dolo 650 for pain Pain will go, don't take too much stress Hot water bags
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Post viral joint pains are very common
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Apply pain relief spray. Take adequate rest. If the pain is associated with swelling, consult a physician.
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You should get your routine blood Investigations done along with thyroid test . Also get your Vit D3 and Vit B12 levels. Repeat CRP, d-dimer levels. Don't take too many analgesics.
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try light exercises at home.
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