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Dr. Scott Keith
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Low Grade Fever (Definition)

Low grade fever is a symptom in which a person's internal body temperature is mildly high, about 99-100.5 degrees. Many medical conditions and mild colds/flus can ...Read more


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Woke up 1 day ago with raging sore throat, now have a deep, painful, barking productive. Fatigue, achy, low grade fever. Cold? Bronchitis? Concerning

Woke up 1 day ago with raging sore throat, now have a deep, painful, barking productive. Fatigue, achy, low grade fever. Cold? Bronchitis? Concerning

Mgt: You may have the flu. If you are early in your course your PCP can determine whether treatment is needed. A strep test may be performed at the visit. If you continue to cough, please follow up. Bronchitis is caused mostly by viruses, and do not require antibiotic treatment. ...Read more

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I have been sick for 3 days-low grade fever, fatigue, body aches, inability to sleep due to anxiety and delusions, fatigue, body aches, sore throat?

I have been sick for 3 days-low grade fever, fatigue, body aches, inability to sleep due to anxiety and delusions, fatigue, body aches, sore throat?

?Influenza: Although this is an unusual time of year to to have influenza, or a flu-like viral infection, this is possible. What is of concern are the anxiety, delusions and insomnia. You are in an area of the U.S. In which lyme disease is prevalent. Strongly suggest you see your doctor and get diagnosed one way or another. Hope you are better soon. ...Read more

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26/f,been smoking on and off since 3 yrs,have finally quit 10 days back..sore throat fatigue low grade fever and bodyache since 5 days,throat cancer?

26/f,been smoking on and off since 3 yrs,have finally quit 10 days back..sore throat fatigue low grade fever and bodyache since 5 days,throat cancer?

Stopping smoking: is a wonderful thing to do. Congratulations and keep at it. Please see your doctor. Cancer is way down on the list of possibilities. He/she will examine you and you can have peace of mind. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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What can cause swollen lymp nodes in neck, a low grade fever, and a sore throat every month for almost a year?

What can cause swollen lymp nodes in neck, a low grade fever, and a sore throat every month for almost a year?

See your doctor: You need a good history and physical. The symptoms you present are nonspecific enough that answers could range from cancer to chronic fatigue. To parasites. Write down your symptoms, the timing and duration, and how they impact your daily life. Bring the list with you. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I have had a stick neck, throbbing sharp ear pain, sore throat and low grade fever for a week. What could this be?

I have had a stick neck, throbbing sharp ear pain, sore throat and low grade fever for a week. What could this be?

Uri: Sounds like a viral syndrome with muscle aches, pains and sore throat with pain referring to the ears. Low grade fever is common with many viruses. If the symptoms go for 10 days or so, think about being checked for infection somewhere in the upper respiratory tract. ...Read more

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Lump on left side of neck for 2 weeks 3 new lumps on the right side of my neck night sweats low grade fever sore throat very tired. Drs opinion?

Lump on left side of neck for 2 weeks 3 new lumps on the right side of my neck night sweats low grade fever sore throat very tired. Drs opinion?

Viral infection: It is likely you are reacting to a viral infection, which is almost endemic this time of year. It is "good" that the lymph swelling is bilateral, it tells that you are reacting systemically to the virus, and the same with the low grade fever. The lymph glands take quite a while to reduce. If worsens, see md. ...Read more

Dr. Rita Corona
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Exhaustion (Definition)

Exhaustion = depletion of energy which can occur ...Read more


Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

Fever = elevated body temperature (can be ...Read more