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fevers in Huntington's Disease

Posted By Alison R. on April 17, 1997 at 08:48:43:









Since this past September I have been running a low-grade fever, which never goes above 100 degrees.  In a few months I was incapacited to the point that I had to use a wheelchair.  I was recently diagnosed with Huntington's Disease.  On days where my temperature is low, I feel symptom-free, normal. The rest of the time I am wheel-chair bound. I visited a doctor who says that fevers are not a symptom, and has no medical prescription to help.  I have tried numerous aspirins, tylenol, motrin, every over-the counter fever reducer which doesn't work well.  Does anyone out there have any suggestions?  ARubinson.
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