I originally started off two months ago with chest pain and was diagnosed with costochondritis (sp?) which then resulted in medicine for the pain and also medicine for acid reflux just in case. I took it, the pain didn't go away. However, I started getting terrible migraines -- it lasted about four days before I went to the ER. The pain is located at my temples and radiates down to jaw and there is a numbness sensation. Also, I have left body pain mostly. My chest, my arms, my back, everything ache. I was told that I had a kidney infection via urinalysis and they gave me fluids / medicine. I felt a little better for a day, but the last day of medicine I relapsed and feel even worse now. I went to the emergency room again because I still have the migraine pain, the left chest and side pain, back pain, and now a fever. My doctor said that I didn't even have a kidney infection anymore and that my CT scan showed nothing wrong in my kidneys. Baffled, he said it was possible that I may have something like lupus. Would I get a bad fever randomly now out of nowhere with lupus? I had no fever during my kidney infection which is weird as to why I have it now and my body aches so bad. My whole life I've had a general malaise feeling, history of UTI's. and have been diagnosed wrongly with things like mono and kidney infections if that helps to add to the story.