(low lymph, high neuts - a few months), low grade fever, chills, fatigue, low abdominal pain, low back pain---all of this for 6-8 weeks at least, thx?

Can be serous . I'm affraid you must see a doctor asap. These symptoms are typical for certain cancers or ongoing infection.

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