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Muscle pain in arm and legs. High blood pressure. Had bladder infection

Hi, I had a bladder infection which turned into a kidney infection about three weeks ago. I finally got them taken care of after three different antibiotics , however, now I am having random long-lasting deep muscle aches. They are mostly in my arms and legs, and although the pain is near my knees and elbows, it s not a joint pain that hurts with movement, it s a throbbing ache that comes and goes regardless of movement. I ve also just been diagnosed with high blood pressure , I never feel rested when I wake up even after sleeping 8-10 hrs, and my body is unusually sensitive to heat and cold and can t seem to regulate well.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Hi thanks for the query,

From the symptoms you had described you would be having reactive joint inflammation. I would also suggest you to visit local orthopedician and get some basic blood tests to rule any inflammatory joint disorders. I would also suggest you to visit a general physician to have general checkup and also regarding your high blood pressure.
Answered: Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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