Tb and lymphoma ruled out. A year of night sweats weight loss lower back pain. Haem doc thinks gynae issue. Y? They don't want to do CT scan. 2 risky

More information pls. I would suggest that you have additional blood testing - a Complete Blood count with diff, hormone levels, HBA1c and a complete metabolic panel. An ESR and CRP blood tests provide information about the level of inflammatory response. The exam should include a thorough search for enlarged lymph nodes. MRI imaging in the area of pain and a bone scan also may be completed. Please follow up/MD.

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Lymphoma and TB ruled out. So what is causing my heavy night sweats, weight loss, lower back pain and no appetite? Over a year of suffering!

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