Has anyone else here ever experienced intermittent low-grade fevers that have lasted for years or even decades with no diagnosis or known cause?. When I say "low grade fever", I'm referring to a temperature that fluctuates throughout the day, rising to as much as 100 degrees but usually staying in the 99+ range before returning to normal and then back up again (and not caused by activity). These low-grade fevers can often be accompanied by a warm, hot or "under the weather" type of feeling. Some days the temps stay in the normal range or even go below normal. I have been having these off and on episodes myself for decades and have had just about every test imaginable and almost always, they come back "normal". I have a history of IBS, GERD, Gastritis, Lactose Intolerance, Chronic Sinusitis, Allergic Rhinitis, Deviated Septum, Cervical Arthritis w/ bone spur, Tourettes w/ head jerks, OCD, GAD, Panic Attacks and a few others I can't think of right now. I'm middle-aged, don't smoke or drink and don't take a lot of meds. Can anyone relate?. Thanks very, very much for your input!.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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