Hi! I have been running a low grade fever for over 2 weeks, have also had nausea and pain in my right lowerback quadrant area, dizziness, blurred vision, joint pain, and fatigue. I have gone to the doctor 3 times in the last 6 days. First doctor said Upper Respiratory infection without even listening to my lungs, 2nd doctor said virus but did a urine check and that came back clear but I had been on antibiotics from the first doc visit, 3rd doctor did a full cbc and liver and kidney panel and all that came back normal, she said virus too. I have never had a virus like this. The fever really kicks-in in the late afternoon into evenings and I am exhausted by the time I get off work. I keep having the sensation of spasms around my skull, best way I can describe it is that it feels like my skin around my scalp is crawling and usually when this happens my vision gets blurry. Also, for the last month I have had horrible heartburn and I have never had a history of heartburn, and also I have had like sting chest pains such as someone pinching my chest.So could this really be a virus or something else?
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