Body Pain

Body pain can occur as a symptom in various conditions. It often occurs due to tiredness and exercise. It can also occur due to fibromyalgia, arthritis, infections, medications, fluid retention in the body, hypokalemia, stress, dehydration, and lack of sleep. It is managed by taking adequate rest, drinking plenty of water, taking a warm bath, and taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

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My whole body aches after visiting the amusement park. How can I get better?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 20 year old female. Two days ago, I went to an amusement park. Yesterday, it felt more or less like my body ached, but I still went to my spinning class in the evening. Today, when I tried to get up in the morning, I struggled with lower back pain, and my arms hurt. It hurts to ...  Read Full »


Dr. Sarah M Alhennawy

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com.  Regarding your explanation, your complaint seems to be general muscle fatigue, muscle spasm, and weakness. This is likely due to the amusement park visit. Take a warm bath and try to relax. Lie on the bed at a position you feel comfortable with. If you can, do simple...  Read Full »

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