1697806 tn?1339083319

fever at night

i am suffering from fever last two nights,but the intresting part is that the fever comes late night around 9 pm and dissapears by 2am.but during this time my whole body suffers from severe pain and i feel cold.i sweat heavily in the morning and the fever goes.in the morning i feel fresh and active.can you suggest,what the problem is?and its solution?
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1697806 tn?1339083319
thank you
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4851940 tn?1515694593
Glad to know that you are much better.

Best wishes.
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1697806 tn?1339083319
thanks evryone for your suggestions.I am allright now.
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6278619 tn?1380000914
hydration could be it.  You not eating enough, or drinking enough, then when you relax your body can heat up.  Stomach issues such as GERD or a hiatial hernia can cause fever link symptoms due to acid moving up the esophagus when you lay down.  Use a wedge pillow see if it helps.  Lastly night sweat can be a bunch of things,  Check this link to the mayo clinic
Good luck
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4404377 tn?1390093428
wow seems as if your body is fighting off some kind of infection, for it be at night at the same time is a bit weird, you should get blood work and a urine screen done ASAP. this might be serious.
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4851940 tn?1515694593
Sounds like your body is fighting a viral or bacterial infection.

If this does not settle down over the next few days and after taking pain relief medication as prescribed on the packet to ease fever, it may be a good idea to see your doctor to check you out as you may need an antibiotic if the doctor finds a bacterial infection in your ears, throat or chest, or sinuses.

Drink plenty of fluids and especially water so that you stay hydrated.
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