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Joint pain, nausea, throat redness, brown spots on face. Tested positive for Ross River fever, strep A. Treatment?

Hi, I ve been sick since 2009, previously health fit and active. My symptoms include Joint pain , weakness, nausia, fatigue , dizziness , pain in the abdomen, rashes , continuous red throat (not always sore) allergies and I have developed brown spots all over my face. I have been tested and told that I had Ross River Fever and Strep A, both of which were elevated for a long time.
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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you are having allergies and in allergies the immunity is low and low immunity leads to virals and infections easily so positive for ross fever and strepto
these are food allergies according to symptomps written by you
you need to get blood serum test for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato chana rice nuts egg and after test when you eliminate foods immunity styart improving and after few week your disease will rverse back
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