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Can a Virus Settle in a Muscle?

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A virus can settle in a muscle and cause a rare condition called myalgia. It causes your muscles to twitch in an odd manner. A cold virus can also settle in your back muscles and cause back pains.
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because it blocks the energy of the nerve.
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Body aches are a symptom of flu and viruses. This can be caused by inflammation in the tissues/lymphatic system caused by the body fighting the virus. Aspirin will help relieve the
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Muscle pain caused by disease and disorders is called Myalgia. Myalgia can be caused
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I'm not so sure on your problem, but it might be a nerve-related problem since you desribed the pain "moving" Muscles from different areas can't just hurt day to day unless
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