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Viral Fever With Joint Pain
Non viral causes of high monocytes 16%? 4 y/o w/Symptoms: recurring fever, cyanosis, joint pain, no appetite, swollen lymph nodes. FH of JRA & Lupus.
It is a pain syndrome where the people have pain in the joints. It does not have to be inflammatory like rheumatoid arthritis or gout and can be mechanical like osteoarthritis ,but there are a variety of other causes of the joint pain. The rheumatologist can help discern what type of problem with ...Read more
I have joint pain in many places including the back and shoulder. No cold or fever. What could it be? I live in india, if that matters.
In the past 2 weeks my 5 year old has been suffering from joint pain followed by high fevers and headaches! it comes and go but in-between she's fine?
Several: This is difficult to answer because so many conditions may cause similar symptoms, including viruses. I would suggest a consultation with a rheumatologist if the problem persists. ...Read more
For two months Ive had fever (101) every night. It started four months ago when I started feeling really tired. Also have had joint pain and diarreha.
I would like to know If my husband had Rheumatic Fever when he was about 15. Now the last 6 months he has very bad joint pain. His feet also pain a lot. ?
Get him evaluated : Whether he had rheumatic fever in the past may have nothing to do with current symptoms. Get him evaluated by a rheumatologist to determine the cause(s) for his pain and develop a treatment program to resolve the complaints. ...Read more
Good Morning, I recently moved to Surabaya, Indonesia from Seattle, WA and I have gotten seriously ill within the last month. Extreme fever daily, Joint pain, hard to walk, and extreme nerve like pain all day but worse while laying down. Yesterday, I had
Tropical disease?: Complex issue that needs medical attention asap. Could be a tropical infectious disease from a variety of bacteria or parasites. Or die thug as simple as a food borne illness. If the local medical care is inadequate, you'll have to go to either a larger city, or back to the US. There's probably some expats there that could help find a good medical facility. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Uncertain get workup: Can not be certain from your description. Fever can be related to a variety of types of arthritis and can be associated with respiratory complaints. Don't have enough other data to advise you but fever and arthritis can be related to infection such as viral, bacteria, fungus; or related to inflammatory febrile non-infectious conditions such as connective tissue diseases and vascultis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Been experiencing some new form of PMS for a couple of months now. Body aches, light fever and joint pain. Anything i can do to ease this?
I'm running a fever of 100.6 for awhile with severe joint pain tests came back liver levels slightly high no inflammation . What should I do next?
I had a neg Lyme test, was treated for a month with abx., had herx at that time. Now a yr later low grade fever and joint pain. Could this be Lyme?
Could be others: Depending on your exposure to ticks in your neck of the woods, you should have also been tested for other tick-borne illnesses since they travel in packs (Anaplasma, Babesia, Human granulocytic/monocytic Erlichiosis, others). If not tested, you could have one of these other infections, including Lyme, or else it my be entirely different diagnosis. It's best to get it evaluated by a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I tested positive for rocky mountain fever, the titer was high. I've been having joint pain, flu like symptoms, should I be treated if it's from past?
Often misdiagnosed: You should see your doctor and discuss this. Just because you have made antibodies against rmsf bacteria in the past, it doesn't mean you are currently infected with it--particularly if it was correctly diagnosed and treated in the past. Flu-like symptoms and joint pain are very common with many types of common viral infections. My guess is that it is most likely not rmsf, but see your doctor. ...Read more
I take any type of antibiotic, it all causes fever and worsening joint pain. I have chronic urethritis, nothing helps. What's the problem?
Doctors can help: If a person has taken a variety of antibiotics (such as antibacterials, antivirals, antifungals) for inflammation in the urethra called urethritis; and took the medication at correct dosages for adequate amounts of time; but still has the symptoms, his doctors will be looking for noninfectious causes of urethritis. For example, some autoimmune disorders cause arthritis and urethritis. ...Read more
See a doctor: With all those symptoms together, you should go see a doctor. ...Read more
Hard to say: we would certainly consider a combination of problems. We see this sometimes and people who have fibromyalgia and you can discuss this possibility with your physician. The nausea maybe from some other process . I would discuss the possibility with your physician that the joint pain may actually be musculoskeletal pain from widespread myofascial pain that we see in fibromyalgia. A full of valuation may be in order ...Read more
I have high RNP with joint pain, fatigue, weakness, low grade fevers. My rheumatologist says RNP means nothing?
Is that so?: The real question is, "Should we bring out the big guns and treat you for mixed connective tissue disease with a high (how high?) RNP titer and clinically not enough to make the call of MCTD?" Often fitness training, NSAIDS, even something as simple as plenty of water, and even a relationship with a local holist / complementary practitioner can be helpful while waiting for further symptoms. ...Read more
I am having constant headache for nearly a year now.It oly starts in the evening.No fever but joint pain.I am not anemic.What is rong wit me?
Headache: You should see a rheumatologist and possibly a neurologist for a complete workup. ...Read more
My son has 5ths disease.He just broke out in rash.I've been sick for over 1 1/2.Severe joint pain, cold sweats, fever, chills, could it be from that?
Possibly: Fifth disease, erythema infectiosum, is mild viral illness that most commonly affects children, rash on cheeks % uri.Adults also infected with virus and develop fifth disease. Adults tend to have a more severe flu-like illness, but seldom develop the rash. Adults are much more likely than children to develop joint symptoms. These symptoms usually clear up in two weeks, but 10 % chronic joint sxs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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