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Body pain after aerobics - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
User :   My name is XXXXXXXX XXXXX
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   I have joined Aerobics classes only yesterday and I am experiencing a vey bad body pain
User :   I am feeling very stressed out because of this pain..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   What kind of aerobics are you doing
Doctor :   and how much time?
User :   When I enquired with the instructor, he said that it's normal for first week and gradually it would ease down
User :   I do quite a number of stretching exercises and lift few weights also
User :   I do it for one hour in the morning...
User :   As I sit in the office for quiet a long time, I am feelilng much pain which I kind of untolerable
Doctor :   ok
User :   Could you advise any pain killers or any sprays which can be used
Doctor :   yes this happens
Doctor :   you keep continuing the exercises
Doctor :   daily
Doctor :   without
Doctor :   stopping
User :   I mean, to ease the pain...
Doctor :   but with least intensity
User :   I shall do that...
Doctor :   The cause of pain could be dehydration
Doctor :   also
Doctor :   so ample amounts of water
Doctor :   3 litres per day
Doctor :   is good
Doctor :   drink 1 litre after your exercise

Doctor :   you can take DOLO tablet
Doctor :   for you pain
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