As a child, I had septecemia at the age of 2 months caused by glomuronephritis. I had repeated kidney infections until around the age of 12, along with very high fevers of up to 107.9. At 14, I came down with mononucleosis which took more than 3 months to go away and began with a fever of almost 107. I am now 32 years old. I have had kidney infections occasionally - every 3 to 5 years - since the age of 18. I have given birth to four children, the last two were twins born in 2005. Since that time, I have suffered from mild diarrhea consistently. There have been several periods of time when I suffer from severe fatigue, headaches, joint pain, unexplained hives and skin rashes, and consistent low grade (99.5 to 100.5) fevers for weeks at a time. I am currently going through one of those periods right now. I am 5 foot tall and weigh about 115 pounds. My father has Chrons disease and my sister has PCOS. Please let me know if you have any ideas regarding what could be causing these issues.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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