Two years ago I had the surgery – phlebectomy. Since then I very often have fever like that, but it usually disappears after 2 weeks. It happens with me 4-5 times per year. Additionally, I had chronic prostatitis.
In april 2014 I had other surgery – appendectomy. In July I had same fever and exacerbation of chronic prostatitis and I curried with antibiotics and other medicine. It helped.
From December to this moment I have 37.0 C fever, headache, fatigue, bad taste in mouth and constant thirst. I went to doctor and it diagnosed chronic tonsillitis because of my inflamed tonsils. I took amoxicillin, bacteriophages, many antiseptics and lavage of tonsils. It didn’t help. I still have a fever.
Tests I took:
1. Blood chemistry
a. anti-streptolysin 0: 230 – higher than reference
2. CMV – negative
3. Epstein-Barr virus – negative
4. Sowing throat
a. Staphylococcus aureus – 10*4
b. Streptococcus viridans – 10*5
5. complete blood count – all fine
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