Dear Sir, I have my freind Mr. Atul Tyagi 32 Yrs/M, He has swelling in ankle , knee and wrist joint followed by fever and bodyache since 25 days. He was consult with Orthopeditian, dorctor advised him pain killer only. Sir, my quetion is how it will take time to completely recover from this viras? Please guid us what we can do the best
Sometimes a simple virus will trigger someone's genetic predisposition toward auto-immune joint disorders like rheumatoid arthritis. I believe this is what happened to me at age 5 when I developed RA symptoms after a common childhood illness.
I believe your friend needs to be evaluated by a rheumatologist - he needs more than painkillers. Hopefully this episode will pass once his immune system settles down, but it won't hurt to be checked out by a specialist.
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