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Have pain from stomach through to back. Had done intense workout. Am 6 weeks postpartum. Reason?

Hello, I worked out last night for the first time since I had my daughter. I am 6.5weeks post pardum and did have a csection .. I did some pretty intense workout and woke up in the middle of the night in pain. The pain was on my left side and was pulsating from my stomach thru to my back. I also had the chills really bad. I took some meds , pain went away. I have been fine all day until tonight when I had teriable shakes and chills, I also have a 103.6 temp. Could this be a torn muscle, an infection from my csection or just a flue? Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
After rest ( complete bed rest ) of 7 weeks (approximately) , you worked very hard ( exertion ) and you get pain and chills.
After whole day rest again pain and temperature.
In my opinion this is not a case of any tear of muscles ( c section ).
Fever , pain & chills may be due to ,
Exertion ,
urinary infection or
malaria ( tropical region).
Still fever occurs than get blood work done for C B C, E S R ( Malaria parasite),.
Urine for infection.
Till use paracetamol 650 mg as requires.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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