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Low Grade Fever In Evening
Usually puzzling: What causes low grade fevers is not usually easily discovered. I would first consider if there's any particular activity or food usually done around that time as a first possibility however the list of possibilities is long. Basically if this goes away you can forget you ever had it, if not you need to see a doctor to start evaluation which you made take a long time Read more
6-year old daughter, fever hit 104 on day one, then 5 straight days low grade fever, only in afternoon and evening. No other symptoms. Concern?
Give it a few days: Many viruses going around this time of the year can cause suden fever and then recurrent fever about the smae time each day for even up to a week. As lng as she has no other complaints (sore throat, ears, hurts when she pees, etc), then you should be ok to watch and wait for 7-10 days. Longer than that is not usual and would then need further evaluation. Read more
Low grade (upto 100) fever in evening from past 3 days. Flatulence, acidity and no appetite at all no other symptoms, antacid reduces fever, any advice?
Symptoms: You may be having an infection, not sure what kind by your description. Push fluids, go with blend foods for now and take Acetaminophen if fever if over 101.5 or having symptoms of pain in the body. If fever continues and your conditions doesn't get better or gets worse, see doc. Read more
Am having a low grade fever in the afternoon and my cheeks get rosy red. Goes away in the evening and do not have in the morning. What might this be?
There are many diseases than may cause afternoon fevers
most febrile illnesses are worse in the afternoon or evening. Read more
List d/d for. Low grade fever at same exact time evryday in evening and headache since 10 days. No chill?
Does the typhoid fever come only in the evening and can it be low grade fever! Are there any diet restrictions. Help.
My son came down with a virus on sunday evening. He is five, low grade fever. Now trouble walking., limping. Emergency room?
Toxic synovitis: Your child may have developed toxic synovitis as a result of his virus. Toxic synovitis is caused when the synovial fluid surrounding the head of the bone causing difficulty in walking. Toxic synovitis is usually self limiting take him to the er for evaluation. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had flu shot Thurs. Evening. Since Friday, low grade fever, exhaustion, nauseous, mild cramps, slight headache. Is this a side effect?
Immune response: What you are describing as side effects of the flu shot, could be interpreted as your immune system successfully responding to the flu vaccine, so your body will be ready if and when it is exposed to the live flu virus. These symptoms usually go away in a day or so. Or you may be coming down with an unrelated virus that you were exposed to a week or so ago, which is not related to the shot. Read more
I have worsening pain in my lower right back, having done no physical labor to injure it. Could this be a kidney issue< I am urinating more frequently & with more urgency. Starting this evening I am running a low grade fever of 1-2 %.
This: This is quite possibly a urinary tract infection. With the fever I would be worried about upper urinary tract infections (ie: pyelonephritis). I would seek medical attention asap to get treated with antibiotics if indicated. If left untreated this could assend into the kidneys and possibly a blood infection. Other possibilities include kidney stones. Symptoms such as abdomenal pain, nausea and vomiting can accompany serious urine infections. Make sure you drink plenty of fluids and see your doctor today. Read more
Yes you can: The common cold (mild viral upper respiratory infection) is usually caused by the rhino or adeno virus. Common cold symptoms generally include cough, nasal congestion, runny nose, headache, and mild fever. However, a more acute onset and severe sxs including body aches and high fever is likely due to the flu (influenza virus). More persistent or severe sxs can be sign of a bacterial infection. Read more
Need more info: What's low grade? Recurring fever is usually a sign of a significant problem, especially if you have other symptoms or problems. Some infections such as malaria can do this, relapsing mediterranean fever (rare). Some inflammatory condition even like rheumatoid arthritis can do it. Some cancers like lymphoma come to mind. If you feel fine, some people just have higher 'normal" temperatures. Read more