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can a cold virus settle in the muscles of your back

ive had cold symptoms stuffy runny nose and cough, feeling very tired and run down. now i have severe back pain. can a common virus settle in the muscles in your back

Related Topics: Muscle, Drowsiness, Cough, Coldness, Running
 

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Coughing can affect your muscles in your chest, ribs, and back. Hopefully, you're feeling better by now. If not, and you've had this cold for a week -10days, it's time to see your doctor. Make sure you drink plenty of fluids to help your body fight off the virus; and get you well. Take care.

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