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Mild fever, fatigue and peripheral neuropathy

It started about 3 weeks ago with fatigue, difficulty to sleep and waking up tired in the morning. Then I got a hot fever one day. The next day I thought it was over but i'm having an on and off mild fever since. I drank aspirin and used essentials oils (Laurel and Ravintsrara) to treat the fever. But then I started having a burning sensation in the feet, especially at night and the mild fever keeps coming back.
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I’m sorry to hear you are suffering. You don’t say how old you are. Have you seen a doctor for the symptoms? If not, that would be advisable. I would not take/use essential oils for a fever and please be cautious with how much aspirin you use and stick to the advised dosage as it can damage the stomach lining if too much is taken for a prolonged period. I would advise getting your blood tested by a qualified doctor who can check you for peripheral neuropathy. You should have tests for diabetes and anything else that may cause such symptoms. I hope you feel better soon
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i haven't seen a doctor yet, I was hoping that it would go away by itself. I didn't mention that this whole month i've hab bad sleep, I can stay up till 2 AM. I also had a similar experience 2-3 months before. I had some fever and I used essential oils as well sage infusions. It's at that moment that I had the peripheral neuropathy for the first time. It diminished over 2-3 weeks and i forgot about it. I suspected it was the sage infusions when I read the plant could be extremely toxic.
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