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lowgrade fever

Hi , I am 26 and have been suffering from repeating low grade fever. In a year itmigh repeat several times and persist for weeks too. Recently I have been suffering from it from 4 week and above . The fever is around 98.6 or 99 or 99.5 or sometimes 100 during evening and persist for one hour or so and then starts decreasing. In the morning too sometimes I feel feverish a bit. But the fever doesn't cause any body pain. I only have a mild headache and feel my headmuscles tensed as if I am I feel when one is stressed and tensed.  I dont knw why it happens and it is undiagnosed. I feel very tired and exausted and dont feel gud too. Most of the time I dnt find my self for doing anything just feel like lying and sleeping. I have got hairfall too and feel weak and tired.Please if anyone could hlp
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1736592 tn?1310576464
you might have 2 go to the Doctor and and see what they say because they would be able to put you on a medicine that would be very helpful
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Many things can cause low-grade fevers:  auto-immune diseases, infections, b-12 deficiency, TB.  You should see a doctor and be tested.  Don't let them talk you out of it.  If the doctor says a low-grade fever is meaningless, find a new doctor.
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1415174 tn?1453243103
Hi and sorry you are not feeling well. I agree with the previous post, you should see a doctor. It could be mononucleosis, Ebstein Barr virus. Do you have a sore throat and/or swollen lymph nodes in your neck area? Do you have a cough or night sweats? Usually, low grade fevers are a sign of infection but it could be many things as  stated above, especially since it has gone on so long.
take care and let us know how it goes.
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