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Help: Persistent low-grade fever w/multiple symptoms

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 8, 2006
  • 09:26 PM

I have been ill for several weeks now, and the doctors have been unable to determine the cause of my symptoms. I have the following symptoms:
-- Persistent low grade fever (between 99 and 100 degrees)
-- Chills
-- Hot Flashes
-- Night Sweats
-- Body Aches (particularly in neck and back)
-- A few unexplained bruises
-- Loss of appetite

I don't know if these symptoms are related or not. I have Hashimoto's disease and mitral valve prolapse. Both of these conditions have been regulated for years. I don't believe these are related to the issue and all of the test show that these conditions are under control.

I have had blood work done several times. My white blood cell count has been normal. In fact, every test result has been normal. They have tested for HIV, lupus, leukemia, thyroid irregularities, etc.

Please help!!!

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