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2 years low fever

My mom is 51y.old and she has low fever(37,6C)for the last 2 years(2times-month)with only having sometimes tremors and pain in the shoulders the time she is having fever ONLY!!All the other days she is fine she has good appetite and no fatigue.Her medical history is that she has 15years hypothyroidism treated with medication daily and 7y ago early menopause.Last 6months we find that she has 2small echinococcal cysts on the post.part of the liver with asbestos surrounded-no signs there of inflammation and  after 6months they are smaller a little.Plus she has intestinal diverticular disease-went to a gastroenterology and they appear normal-no signs of inflammation and she concerns about them with her food. Surgical history only amygdalectomy-as a child and 2 Cesarean.We are from Greece and she also traveled those 2 years in romania turkey monternegro and italy thats why we also search about infectious diseases she did a lot of specific tests but nothing .Family history nothing important but we also check about rheumatological causes she got negative tests and gynecological is also fine.What more to think for????Any help please!!!thanks
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1530171 tn?1448129593
Please do a search under the following :
"Πρόγραμμα ελέγχου και εκρίζωσης της βρουκέλλωσης των αιγών και των προβάτων"
Underground commerce is prevalent in most parts of the country (I'm in Greece presently), so programs such as the one in the above article, can  be implemented satisfactorily  only on "legitimate" cattle operations.
This may leave  a small number of consumers of dairy and meat products (goat and sheep) vulnerable to Brucellosis.
Some of your mom's symptoms are consistent with
Brucellosis which may be difficult to diagnose.
"Brucellosis symptoms may disappear for weeks or months and then return. In some people, brucellosis becomes chronic, with symptoms persisting for years, even after treatment. Long-term signs and symptoms include fatigue, fevers, arthritis and spondylitis — an inflammatory arthritis that affects the spine and adjacent joints."
  --- Source: Mayo Clinic---
I hope this helps.
Niko
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Did your mom get her ANA Titer checked? Thats done in Labrotory when blood is drawn. Thats a start to see If Its AutoImmune related which I feel It might be tge cause If all infection and Lyme disease is outruled. Prayers and goodluck. Hope mom feels better soon.
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