Some symptoms may last longer or happen later such as:
Swelling of organs such as heart, liver, or spleen
Women who have the infection early in their pregnancy may have a higher risk of
Your doctor will ask about your symptoms and health history. Questions about travel history may also be asked. A physical exam will be done. There are a number of issues that may cause your symptoms. Tests will help your doctor find a cause. Tests may include:
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