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Unable to digest food, weakness in legs, done blood tests. Any help?

i was suffering from fever cold cough last week. Due to strong medicine i was having problem of motions. I was recover from cold cough and fever but i am not able to digest food properly. Also feeling weakness in legs. I also did two blood test where i found my platlets are 0000(first test), 0000(second test on next day). Any help will appricated
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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likely that your stomach upset is due to antibiotics you took for cough
your platelet count report is not clear both figures say 0000 ?
likely you mean they were low may be due to a viral cause of fever
if your fever has settled mostly no need to worry ensure that they hav normalised
can take some probiotics which may normalise your gut fluora
hope this ans your query
do let me know if any furthers questions to be answered
wishing you a speedy recovery
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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