myalgia

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myalgia

[mī′al·jē·ə]
(medicine)
Pain in the muscles.
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A Statins can cause muscle aches. These are primarily muscle aches without muscle damage, and may occur in 2 to10 percent of the population (this is determined by a blood test).
The symptoms include fever, severe chills, headaches, muscle aches, vomiting and diarrhoea.
Flu symptoms include fever, muscle aches and a sore throat, which can last for up to a week.
While the influenza virus is wholly contained in the lungs under normal circumstances, several symptoms of influenza are systemic, including fever, headache, fatigue and muscle aches. In order to properly combat influenza infection, the cytokines and chemokines produced by the innate immune cells in the lungs become systemic -- that is-- they enter the bloodstream, and contribute to these systemic symptoms.
Common symptoms include fever, nausea, headache and muscle aches. Symptoms may last from a few days to a few weeks.
In humans, bites cause muscle aches, nausea, and a paralysis of the diaphragm that can make breathing difficult and others let alone death.
He said in case of high fever, muscle aches, backache, headache, vomiting, severe bruising and nose bleeds immediately see your physician.
The woman, aged 50, who lives in the city's Xinzhuang District, was reported to be one of the cluster of infections after she developed symptoms of fever and muscle aches July 14 and was confirmed to be infected with dengue fever Tuesday, the CDC said.
The life cycle of this virus in the human body lasts for a maximum of one week, resulting in weak non life threatening symptoms similar to the symptoms of flue (common cold) which might include a slight increase in temperature, headache, muscle aches, joint aches.
School Health co-ordinator Hessa Al Sheikh warned that improper bags risk back and neck pain, poor posture, spinal compression and muscle aches.
Lavender, peppermint, and birch essential oils work in synergy to help alleviate arthritic aches, as well as headaches and muscle aches. Pour a few capfuls in your bath, or massage the oil onto the areas that need attention.
My doctor recently prescribed a statin to help lower my cholesterol levels and said that muscle aches are a possible side effect.