I have had a low-grade fever for several weeks now (on and off) It's been between 99 and 100.6 I've also been getting a nauseous (sp) feeling (usually in the morning) I am NOT pregnant. Trying to figure out what this could be. Thanks
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A low grade fever with nausea can be due to severe acidity, inflammatory bowel disease, or liver infection. Other causes could be polycystic ovary, menopause, PID (pelvic inflammatory disease). Dehydration is a frequent cause of low grade fever with malaise and nausea. So drink plenty of fluids and see.
Most labs have a fever panel to rule out most diseases that can cause persistent low grade fever. Of course, a number of times no diagnosis can be reached and the fever subsides after some time. Hope this helps. Do let me know if there is any thing else and keep me posted. Take care!
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