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Frequent Low Grade Fevers
Well I have missed my period for this month, and been getting nasea in the morning but not always throwing up. Frequent diarrhea after eating only, frequent headaches, slight low grade fevers, swollen, tender breasts, darkening around the nipples, pains i
I been having bowel issues for months wich malabsorption was recently discovered ive had ct scan by and more no answers symptoms abdominal pain frequent stool, weakness, dizziness, low grade fevers?
17 y.o. Dizziness, headaches, easy bruising, fatigue, bleeding from rectum, had frequent nosebleeds months ago, low grade fevers, bone pain. Any ideas?
See a doctor: The symptoms you describe can be signs of a serious problem and should be evaluated with a history, physical examination and blood tests. Ibuprofen and naproxen can potentially cause bleeding problems, but please talk with your family about arranging a doctor's appointment for you. ...Read more
?? low grade ??: The natural daily fluctuation in a persons body temperature (+/- 1 degree) is marked by a lower value around 4-6 am and a higher value around 4 -6pm.It is influenced by metabolic work, state of activity,basic metabolism. External causes like infection can would change the pattern and the peak involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had a low grade (99.4 - 100.4) fever for over 2 weeks. My body temp has always been 98.6 exactly. What should I do?
See a doctor: Your temperature will vary from below 98.6 up to 100 degrees in the course of a day normally. Unless you are having temps in excess of 100 f or having symptoms beyond the sensation of warmth (chills, sweats, cough, nausea and vomiting, pains, etc.) would doubt anything serious. On the other hand, if you actually are having true fevers a good history and exam by a doctor is a good idea. ...Read more
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