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Problems about generalized weakness and gas - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   please i am trying to type but it
User :   Patient is having extreme weakness and feels problem of gas .
User :   . He is not able to eat enough amount of food due to it. It has started after long session of weakness
Doctor :   Do you mean weakness of limbs
User :   over all weakness
Doctor :   What is your age?
Doctor :   How did it all start?
User :   It started after a llong session of illness .He has recovered a lot but he is having this problem of wealness
User :   he is 28
Doctor :   Age?
Doctor :   What was the illness?
Doctor :   How long did the suffer and what medicines did he use
User :   maleria
Doctor :   When was that?
User :   it took about 1 month
Doctor :   When did he recover?
Doctor :   from malaria
Doctor :   What medicine did you use?
User :   about 8 days ago
User :   i dont have idea about medicine
Doctor :   Thank you
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