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Suffering from high fever, body ache and chills. Developed rashes and swelling in wrist. Cause for symptoms?

2 weeks ago with no symptons I had chills and aches and pains in my arms and legs out of no where, when to bed and woke a couple of hours later with very high fever , next morning apart from the aches and pains and being lethargic , I was ok, this has been the same for the last 2 weeks. Yesterday I woke up with rash on my legs and arms and even though the rash hasn t gotten worse I now have swelling in my wrists and feet and the rash is starting to feel itchy in different places... DR said doesnt know my blood pressure was 105/65- He said if I get a fever to go back
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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hello fabyde, thses are viral symptoms so do not worry it will take time .Take medicine like paracetamol plus nimuslid combination and antiallergic medicine with this . you can use antibiotics but first go for complete blood test. use cefixime 200 mg twice dasily for 3-5 days.
Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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