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Suffering with viral fever, on treatment, have extreme weakness, giddiness, lack of taste, drowsiness. Advise?

I fell a victim of viral fever one week back.First I was administered CIFRAN of Cifrofloxacin group with Paracetamol as SOS.After 3 days when situation did not improve I was given Azithral of Azithromycin group for 6 days.Now I have no fever but having extreme weakness,giddiness,no taste for food,always drowsy.Please advise
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Viral fevers are often followed by fatigue (weakness / asthenia).
Also loss of taste is explainable / but drowsiness is not - you need to see your doctor and have some basic tests.
Giddiness is a vague term - if you have sense of rotation or unsteadiness, you may have ear involvement
I suggest you see your GP - just to be sure; you may need some tests / drowsiness needs to be investigated
Good luck
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