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chikungunya side effects still prevailing...............

Respected doctors,
during the last august our family was infected by chikungunya,after recovering from the disease some spots on the body felt like itching now its there on the leg(the space between knee and thigh)exactly in the position usually covered under socks . when i consulted a physician he told me it may be due to allergy to socks.But my father is not in the habit of wearing socks& he also have the same problem.firstly it appeared on thigh but dissappeared leaving a dark circle.Now i am having the skin problem on both the legs.

Nature of the infected part
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very small bubbles filled with some fluid is found in the itching part, when any scratch occur the bubbles will burst and the fluid mixed with a little amunt of blood will come out.then with in two days the whole bubbles get harden but itching will be there then slowly bubles will began to appear.

In our area many people are having various skin problems , who were infected by chikun guniya during the last monsoon season.


Plz suggest a remedy for this..............
 
  sarath on 2008-07-02
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Try Graphites 200c three doses on the same day and wait for a week without taking any medicine.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy last decade
thanks murthy ,
One dose means how many drops?
i will be back after taking the medicine
 
sarath last decade
one drop well mixed in about 20ml. of water.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy last decade

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