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Pain in various parts
From 2 days, I am feeling extreme pain in shoulders, neck , jawline , tongue , head and occasionally in chest. On first day , it was severe. I took combiflame and after some hours was fit and fine no pain. But pain reoccurred in 6 hours. When i say anything , chew anything , drink water or even when i do cough. It pains in my neck and skull bones. On 2nd day, again i took combiflame.then was ok. But reoccurred after 5-6 hours except in shoulder areas. Neck , throat , skull region , tongue , throat and occasionally in chest pain occurs. Its the 2nd day. What should i do? Is it normal. What disease it could be related to? I do have mild fever which comes and goes occasionally
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It is related to fever,and hyperacidity;Take Tab.Razo-D 2 times a day ,morning dose empty stomach,Get one blood test CBC ,nd Urine R/M ,Take Tab.Dolo-650 2 times a day Ask me on 98110316 56 ( No charges )
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