Infections Bacteria a Rare Cause of Muscle Pain

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What may be an underlying cause of muscle pain?

Infections Bacteria a Rare Cause of Muscle Pain

Infectious bacteria is a less common cause of muscle pain, yet still just as painful as others of its type. This general term refers to several infections, such as bacteria or viruses, that may produce arthritis and/or leg pain symptoms, arm pain, or pain in other muscles. These infections, which take position in joints, include symptoms of arthritis as part of the infection. Arthritis will usually occur at the site of infection, and may spread if infection spreads to other joints. However, this is entirely dependent on the type of infection and its status in the patient's body.

Symptoms may vary according to the particular infection, but these painful symptoms will be persistently present. Other common symptoms include:

  • Weakness
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Chills
When such pain is unexplained, it may be an underlying indication of an infection within the muscle or joint. Infectious bacterial pain is often characteristic of severe diseases, so these cases should be treated with the utmost precaution.



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