On 16/10/2013, i developed rashes in my body and subsided in 4 or 5 days.
On 23/10/2013, i developed high fever and lasted for 3 days and subsided with tired for another 2 days
On 28/10/2013, i developed joint pain on leg ankles (both) and now its more than a month, but till pain is there and i am suffering.Please advice whether this is chikungunya Joint Pain ???
Then i started NSAIDs for 3 weeks, but it caused side effect, so i stopped NSAIDs, so Pain has come back. I have done the Anti nuclear blood test, but it came negative. So doctor said no arthritis, they have no clue why pain is there, and requested me to manage the pain and it will subside on its own.
So could you please advice the ankle joint pain is because of ARTHRITIS (may be preliminary) or Due to chikungunya joint pain. As i am worried to find solution.
Earlier i had joint pain in my left leg ankle and it was cured and then it moved to right leg ankle and it was recovered and noe it moved to right hand wrist.
How joint pain is moving from one joint to another. Please adviceView Thread
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