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Weakness after fever, how to recover
My dad is 80 yrs old. He was under treatment for intermittent fever -99.8deg c. Fever was there with slight headaches since 15 days. Finally was given chloroquinine 4 tablets in a day. Fever stopped due to this. Bit now its been 10 days, he is suffering from weakness. Daily zincovit is prescribed, since 20 days having it. Food apetite also reduced to half than before fever. What do you suggest pls. Thanks inadvance.
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Adequate rest and protein rich diet.
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if weakness persist than do consult and get investigated.
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Weakness and tiredness may persist for a while let him continue the medicine give him more soft blended diet like rice idly bread soups avoid spicy food and oily food
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