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Having tingling, itchy feeling in left hand, feet swollen, low grade fever. Should I worry?

54 yr old women with tingling and achy feeling in left hand, moved up between elbow and shoulder , then moved to left shoulder blade....sweated earlier, but thought it was due to a low grade fever breaking.....feet feel swollen...should I worry? no nausea, no chest pain....breathing hurts a little only when walking but I am getting over bronchitis at the moment.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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Thanks for posting query
These nonspecific problems (ithcing) can be due to disease like viral illness but in clinical practice a kind of allergic reaction to medication have been notice quite often.
Fever can be due to Bronchitis
Check your all medications to rule out allergic skin reaction
Hope this information help you
Answered: Thu, 30 May 2013
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