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Nausea, cramps in hands, tonsillitis, ear infection, cough. Related symptoms?

I woke up this morning, felt sick, started sweating and had pins and needles/ cramp in my hands, it went away after about 5/10 mins. I have been ill since christmas with a virus - tonsillitis and an ear infection . Have also had a chesty cough which has now gone away. Appetite not back to normal yet. Have had a pain in top of vertebrae since christmas too, which can be sore to touch. Are these things related?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM. It seems you are neglecting your illness that has become chronic now. You need immediate medical attention. When your immunity level gets low, you are threatened and get prone to other infections.

You should visit an ENT expert and get clinically examined for your tonsillitis. Chronic tonsillitis may lead to complications and you may need surgery. Oral antibiotics may be of little help now since you have been neglecting your symptoms. Get all investigations done like throat swab ( R/E, C/S), blood tests, etc. You need injections and infusions, don't worry you will get fine soon.

Ear infection can be due to wax or otitis media. Viral infection causes fibromyalgia, restlessness, aches, pains, inflammation, fever, etc. It results in generalized weakness.

Get diagnosed and treated, eat warm semi solid food and soups. Take care.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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welcome to health care magic
it is known as "VAAT VAIYADI "according to ayurveda point of view
please take care of your not take fried stuff,oily food as it will increase your problem
include Lime,Milk, Holy basil,Fenu greek seeds in your diet
These can be consumed by themselves, in cooking or as by-products of other foodstuffs
Oil treatments and internal herbs appropriate to the condition are very effective in most conditions of lower back pain. In the more chronic conditions, the patient will need to be admitted for periods ranging from 3-5 weeks and some very intensive treatments performed. Since these treatments involve passive physiotherapy, the patient is normally advised to take complete bed rest for the duration of the treatment and for some period after, till the pain is completely relieved, after which mild exercise, preferably yoga postures are begun slowly.

Yoga is a good way to gently stretch muscles and ease pain. Any mild discomfort felt at the start of these exercises should disappear as muscles become stronger. But if pain is more than mild and lasts more than 15 minutes during exercise, patients should stop exercising and contact the physician.

To reiterate, most conditions of lower back pain respond very effectively to Ayurveda treatments and medications especially when commenced in the early stages.there is PANCHKARMA AND "KATTI BASTI" the best treatment for this...please visit best ayurveda center near you.
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Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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