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Weak body after Viral fever
4 weeks ago I was diagnosed for viral fever (no dengue) with joint pains. My boday is still weak and I keep getting joint pains here and there. 2 weeks ago I had severe ankle pain and after 2 injections it disappeared. Now I have shoulder pain and I am unable to lift my hand. Is this Arthritis? How do I get back to normal state. Are there any home remedies to treat Arthritis?
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Hello I understand your concern We have many good homeopathic medicines for joint pains post viral fever to treat it completely from the root itself without any sideffects that are part of conventional medicines Please contact me directly or ask me at dramisha.com Online consultation and medicines at your doorstep are also delivered nationally and internationally Warm regards Dr Amisha Mirchandani
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It is common to have bodyache and joint pain after viral fever these days. Few things done along with proper medication can help get rid of these problems. Take warm decoction of Tulsi, lemongrass and ginger three times a day.
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