A 31-year-old female asked:
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what causes 90lbs loss unintentionally, your back to burn w/pain, mem loss, tn, pn, fibromyalgia, headaches, low grade fever, tremors head&neck?

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Dr. Laurence Badgley
53 years experience General Practice
Fever?: Amongst the constellation of symptoms of significant weight loss, burning back pain, #fibromyalgia, memory loss, eadaches ; neck tremors, the most worrisome relationship is fever ; significant weight loss. A general medical evaluation is necessary to discover what might be a serious problem. With back pain, urinary tract infection is possible. Tests are needed.
Answered on Feb 3, 2015
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Dr. Timothy Silver
24 years experience Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
90 lbs sounds like a lot of weight loss, that by it self warrants a closer look.
Jul 30, 2013
Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
45 years experience Clinical Psychology
Illness: You have multiple symptoms which means you should see a doctor as soon as possible for a complete workup and follow through to specialists if needed. My best.
Answered on Jun 18, 2019

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