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Reacurrng low grade fevers with nausea every evening for years

For the past several years, (maybe longer and didn't notice it as bad as I have been), I get low grade fevers, starting around 8:00-9:00 pm, and I begin to feel unwell, due to the fever. Then about 10:30 pm, the nausea sets in. It's bad enough, that if I don't take pepto bismal and lay down, I'll dry heave until I finally throw up something. My ears, also have a ringing hissing sound, like cicadas.
I was prescribed phenegren, but now it's not helping at all. In fact, I'm waking up feeling nauseated, like morning sickness. But, that's impossible, I've been celibate for 6 years.
I've had doctors treated my symptoms separately thru the years, but, never looked at them as a whole cause... if that makes sense. I also have rheumatoid arthritis.
But, this nightly thing, is becoming to where, my quality of life is affected, and, I can't see dealing with this for the rest of my life.
I need some answers. Because, I'm not well, and I'm not imagining this....
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363281 tn?1590104173
Hello~It sounds to me like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The reason you feel worse in the evening is due to the fact that your body has used up all of its energy reserve and is screaming for rest. CFS can cause all the symptoms you are having. I would certainly as your physician about this and have some blood tests run.
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