I have been running low grade fever 99 and 99.4 doesn't exceeds these since 35 days..no other symptoms..fever generally start rising when I wake up doesn't come down until late night..only comes down when I sleep.
I have been tested with antibody of 11.7 igm brucella and 10.4 igm EBV through some Elisa test.
I am very new to this I have prescribed doxcy twice a day for 3 week. My doctor didn't seem quite sure if this is cause of fever.
Does this kind of fever comes usually in this range.I read in reports it is in equivocal range.
I have had test all kind of test like blood culture, cbc, ct scan and Tb test all came out normal except this abnormality.
Also m not sure how I got infected with EBV as it says it spreads through direct contact of saliva..I have never kissed anyone, never had sex..
I also suspected Hiv with these symptoms but I don't do drugs also..does any one have any idea..
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