Indeterminate aches and pains
Sometimes the pain is a clear indication of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis. Other times, pain is not fully classified as a clearly described diagnosis. In this case, the pain may be due to the disease after the virus infection, or the cause of the pain may be unknown. Pain is not limited to a few localized areas of the body, but may also be more extensive throughout the body. Pain may be long-term, and it may come and go. Regardless of the diagnosis, drug treatment usually involves powerful anti-inflammatory drugs, which require higher and higher doses over time, but the relief effect is getting worse. Once the medication is stopped, the pain often recovers completely.