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Is it possible to still experience joint pains two weeks after german measles?
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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
In brief: Yes
Yes. Persistant joint pain or artralgias are a common complication of rubella or german measle.
This is rare, so call your doctor to make sure that is the diagnosis. It should eventually disappear, but may take time.

In brief: Yes
Yes. Persistant joint pain or artralgias are a common complication of rubella or german measle.
This is rare, so call your doctor to make sure that is the diagnosis. It should eventually disappear, but may take time.
Dr. Mark Diamond
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