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High fever up to 106 for a month. Help?

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  • Posted By: mollysw
  • March 16, 2011
  • 01:38 AM

Ok so since superbowl sunday I have been sick and have yet to figure out what's wrong with me. That sunday afternoon I could just tell I was getting sick. I felt cold and kind of achey. Well the next day I went to work and could tell it was getting worse. When I got off work my temp was 102.3. That night I got really bad chills and my temp went to 104.7. The next day I went to the dr and they thought I had the flu. So they checked me but I didnt. I went back that thursday and they did a cbc and everything came back negative for that. They checked me for hepatitis, tb, ebv,thyroid, and I've had 2 chest x rays.I have no viral or bacterial infection. Nothing!
Anyways one thing is that my liver enzymes are really high so I have to have a ct friday to check my liver. They were high before but they went down and they thought it was related to all the tylenol I've been taking but it must not be cus I take way less and I've been alternating with motrin now and they rechecked them and said they were the highest they've ever seen. I've even been to the er and they thought it might be a blood clot cus some test they did that was supposed to be 400 came back and the numers were 2000. I don't have that either though so the dr said the high number was from my pregnancy. I had my baby almost 4 months ago.
So I've had a high fever for over a month. Every night it goes up really high. The highest it's gotten is 105.8. I'll be really cold and achey. I have crazy night sweats. Some days I'll eat then get sick and throw up. I'm 23. I'm just so ready to get this figured out! I'm tired of feeling bad. So if anyone has an idea please let me know :)

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