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Malaria attack with typhoid. Why is it severe fever? Why weakness?

Salam, I m Saddam.Sir I ve suffered from typhoid almost 15 days ago and also with a malria attack together that was very severe and almost a week during my disease my temperature was 104 to 105 but thank God i m very better now nd there is no fever for past two weeks but i m now seriously week due to it, especially my legs and hips pain when i walk a little extra.I m using only milk,bread and rice (khichri) for past two weeks.When I ll be able to eat regular diet(roti or chapati). And how can i get over this weekness and which diet should i use??Plx guide me Sir...thnx
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi, Saddam,
Thanks for query.
Now as 2 weeks passed not having fever,now you can start taking chapatis,dal, chaval and vegetables.
Gradually come to your regular diet.
Take butter,ghee,puddings etc.
Take plenty of milk.
Avoid fried, chillies and junk food.
Ok and bye.
Take some vitamin B. complex and multivitamin tablets.
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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