I have been running a low grade fever for about four months now. Being tired and washed out, pain in chest and abdoman once in a while. I have lost weight and poor appitite. I have had a love of food in the past but since this has been going on I have lost interest in food.
Wake in the morning with a fever around 99 degrees, in the afternoon it goes up, and then up more in the late eveining. My normal temp runs on the low side. The highest it has gotten is up to 102 degrees and this has been going on for four months. On an average since starting to run the fever it is any where from in the 99 range to the 100 range below a 101.
They have run all sorts of test for infectious deseases. A bone scan neuclor study, numerouse blood test and urine tests, had a couple of MRI's on chest and abdomin.
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