A 26-year-old male asked:
I treated for malaria and typhoid and am feeling better than before. no more headaches or fever. the only symptom left now is chills on my legs alone?
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Dr. Victor Nwangumaanswered
Infectious Disease 22 years experience
Malaria/typhoid: If you are feeling better after treatment, and back to your normal routine, I don't think you need to worry about chills on your legs alone. It will eventually go away. But if they become swollen or becomes painful, you may want to see a doctor as it maybe signs of something else, like blood clot.
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