myalgia

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myalgia

[mī′al·jē·ə]
(medicine)
Pain in the muscles.
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Some people may experience mild side effects from the vaccination, although again this is unusual, but they can include mild fever and slight muscle aches.
5 to 17 times more likely to suffer muscle aches and pain.
Some may have soreness in the arm where they had the injection or experience a headache, mild fever, tiredness or muscle aches for a day or two.
While scientists used to believe that a buildup of lactate, adenosine triphosphate and certain acids was what caused us to slow down, they've since discovered that the muscle aches actually come from our nervous system.
The patient arrived at the Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates in Braintree earlier Sunday complaining of a headache and muscle aches.
The ministry urged sick citizens to see a doctor if they feel any usual symptoms such as a temperature above 38 degrees, dry coughs, sore throat, headache, chills, vomiting, diarrhea and muscle aches, since these symptoms may be a sign of swine flu which is now considered a seasonal flu.
Long-term infection: Chronic hepatitis C infection can affect people in a variety of ways: Some people remain well throughout their life and will not develop liver damage; Some people only develop mild to moderate liver damage, with or without symptoms - symptoms can include fatigue, muscle aches, nausea, alcohol intolerance and pain around the liver; About one in five people will go on to develop severe liver damage (cirrhosis); In some people, severe liver damage can lead to primary liver cancer or complete liver failure, and the need for a liver trans splant.
General lethargy, weakness, muscle aches, headache, and low-grade fever may occur.
An 18-year-old Caucasian male college student presented to the emergency room with bilateral lower extremity muscle aches and dark colored urine.
OTC IAAA drug products, commonly known as acetaminophen and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen and ketoprofen, are used to treat pain, fever, headaches and muscle aches.
Flu symptoms include high fever, cough, headache and muscle aches.
Cannell, a psychiatrist there, observed with increasing curiosity as one infected ward after another was quarantined to limit the outbreak Although 10 percent of the facility's 1,200 patients ultimately developed the flu's fever and debilitating muscle aches, none did in the ward that he supervised.