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Chikungunya Symptoms

The symptoms of chikungunya are fever, joint pain, headache, muscle pain, rashes, swelling around the joints. These symptoms usually appear just a few days after the mosquito bites the individual. In rare cases, there can be some symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and conjunctivitis.

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What medicines can be taken for pain in the joints of fingers, knees, and toes?

Query: Hello doctor, I had very mild pain in my finger joints about 10 days ago. But, with due course of time, I also developed pain in my knee joints which is mild to severe, and also a mild pain in the toes of the foot. I also have a headache. Further, I took Sinarest last night, and in the morning, I wa...  Read Full »

Dr. Settipalli Saravan Pramod

Answer: Hello, Welcome to There are a number of causes that clinically present with symptoms like joint pains and fever. The few conditions are chikungunya and rheumatic fever. A detailed history needs to be obtained, and I advise you to go for blood investigation like CBP (complete blood pr...  Read Full »

Do I have a viral fever and burning sensation in my eyes due to dengue or chikungunya?

Query: Hello doctor, I have a mild fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit. I had rashes on my body yesterday, which disappeared today. I took the tablets given by my doctor. My doctor said that I have viral fever. Do I have a viral fever due to dengue or chikungunya? I also have a burning sensation in my eyes. Pl...  Read Full »

Dr. Pandian. P

Answer: Hello, Welcome to You will recover from the viral fever in five to seven days. After that, you need supportive measures only. I suggest you keep yourself hydrated, drink plenty of fluids, and consult your doctor for further evaluation.  Read Full »

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