My 75 year old mother has been having a low grade temperature since April 2009. The temperature rises to about 100 in the evenings and is sometimes accompanied by chills and sweating . The doctors diagnosed Koch's after the manto test tested positive in june 09 and accordingly she was being treated. However after 2 months of treatment there seemed to be no response so the specialist ( pulmonologist ) was ref to and they ordered a series of investigations including CT scan of chest, abs and pelvis followed by ACNA, DNA blood tests which all turned out negative. A prophylactic was prescribed saying they could diagnose anything. The fever still persists and we do not know what to do PLease helpReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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