DOES ANYBODY HAVE ANY INPUT TO YOUNG CHILDREN WITH RECURRENT FEVERS? MY SON IS 5 AND WE ARE NOW INTO THE TENTH MONTH OF FORTNIGHTLY FEVERS ACCOMPANIED BY HEADACHE, STOMACH ACHE, LEG PAIN, SWOLLEN LYMPHS AND SOMETIMES VOMITTING??????
i'm a 22 year old female going through the same type of things. getting fevers every week for the past several months. headaches/migraines, legs sore & often going numb when sitting, random stomach pain - severe abdominal pain, dizzy and nauseous a lot (i fear throwing up so i've gotten good at avoiding it).
i've been desperately trying to discover what is wrong with me. college is too much to risk a dr appt, but i'm finally seeing one this tuesday.
from what i've read, it is probably caused from an infection, aids, or cancer...
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