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Body pain especially around thighs, cold due to weather change. Treatment options?

I m a male aged 27 years, getting acute body ache specially around thigh area on both the legs. About 4 days ago due to change in weather(XXXX) I caught Cold but there was no fever , 2 days ago cold was fine but I was really tired as was involved in some tough physical work. During these 4 days I never got fever, now even cold is fine but my legs(thighs) are paining like anything(cant even walk)!! Pl help
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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Hello Mr Bajaj,

Common cold usually results from virus infection. Your symptoms point to the possibility of muscle pains associated with virus infections. Fever is not always seen in such cases. You may try the age-old remedy such as fomentation with hot (but not scalding) salt water for 5-10 minutes, every 3-4 hours. Pain balms and hot-water bottles may also reduce the discomfort.

Did you have a chance of exposure to muddy water or water contaminated with rat excreta? If your pain is not improving with simple remedies, please consult your doctor. He may like to test you for other diseases which can have severe muscle pain.

Pain in the calf muscles is a bad symptom, needing urgent consultation.

Wishing you a speedy recovery from thigh pain at the earliest
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