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Severe pain in legs along with recurring symptoms of typhoid. Breastfeeding 3 months baby. Suggest

Hi doctor, i am sujitha, aug 2012 i was conceived and also had typhoid fever. i had severe leg pain and then it was cure but now sep 2013 again i had typhoid fever symptoms with severe leg pain i am feeding my 3month baby, so please tell me any precautions and treatment. also tell how i relieve my leg pain.. why typhoid fever came again and again for me.
Mon, 16 Sep 2013
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Hello Sujitha
Thanks for writing to us.
Firstly the typhoid fever needs to be confirmed.
SO please consult a doctor and have blood testing for typhoid.
Antibiotics proper for breastfeeding women can be prescribed to you.
Typhoid fever is known for recurrence, and different viral strains might be infecting you this time.
There could be contaminating source of food or water around you
FOr severe leg pain, have blood tests for B12 deficiency, calcium or vitamin D deficiency.
All the best.
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Severe pain in legs along with recurring symptoms of typhoid. Breastfeeding 3 months baby. Suggest

Hello Sujitha Thanks for writing to us. Firstly the typhoid fever needs to be confirmed. SO please consult a doctor and have blood testing for typhoid. Antibiotics proper for breastfeeding women can be prescribed to you. Typhoid fever is known for recurrence, and different viral strains might be infecting you this time. There could be contaminating source of food or water around you FOr severe leg pain, have blood tests for B12 deficiency, calcium or vitamin D deficiency. All the best.