My mother has mild fever every day around 4 PM lasting a couple of hours. This has been going on for a couple of months now. She had tests done and the doctors can not figure out what is wrong. If someone is suffering from the same, can you please share. She will have her thyroid checked but we are all very concerned.
When she has the fever she is feeling very tired. The rest of the time she said she feels OK.
A few things need to be examined of what she is doing around 4pm. Whether it's taking her afternoon medications, sitting in her favourite chair to watch the sunset, the change in outside temperature as the sun starts to set.. These can indicate that she is being exposed to something that her body sees as a threat and so as an immune response, raises the temperature. Check with your GP, and have a look at any medication information sheets you may have at home. And yes, do take her for all the necessary blood tests etc to ensure you cover all bases!
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