Chikungunya Disease Symptoms
Most Chikungunya virus infections cause a mild, self-limited illness that starts within 2 weeks of an insect bite. Usually the symptoms last only 3 or 4 days.
The most common symptoms of Chikungunya disease include:
Symptoms of worsening Chikungunya disease include:
- Lymph node swelling
- Severe joint pain
- Muscle cramps
- Leg cramps (bilateral)
- Leg cramps (unilateral)
Rare, severe symptoms of Chikungunya disease include:
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