Low grade fever, upper muscle back pain, fatigue?

Flu. Could just be the flu. Try some over the counter meds for pain and fever, and if not better in a few days see your doctor.

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I have had a low grade fever for the past 5 days. Nausea, low back pain, tiredness. I have been drinking 64oz of water. Should I go to the docs?

Probably. If you are not starting to feel any better by day 5 of what may be just a viral illness, then you have to start considering other causes such as a UTI or STD's. Continue to push the fluids as you are, but time to have a few things checked. The fatigue is likely just your body's way of saying "I'm sick" and slowing you down. Read more...

Chest pain with deep breath and feber started yesterday but today I woke up with chest and stabbiibg back pain when I take a deep breath and a low grade fever?

Please be seen. Some of that sounds like pleurisy. However, these are signs and symptoms that could suggest a serious infection including pneumonia. Some heart problems like pericarditis (inflammation of the heart lining) can also cause these kinds of symptoms but is less likely. Best to get a good history and exam to decide. Read more...
Pleuritis. You may have pleurisy or pneumonia considering your symptoms. You need to see your doctor or go to er asap. Read more...

I have been having back pain underneath my ribcage on both sides for a week now, low grade fever, and some nausea.

Follow up with dr. I would highly recommend being evaluated by a doctor especially if developing a fever. If the pain gets worse then go to ER. Avoid fatty and spicy foods. Gallbladder problems is a possibility but without a proper history, physical exam and further testing, you don't know. Read more...

Neck & back pain with low grade fever...Had infection in my hand 6 weeks ago...Related?

Probably not. Most likely are not related, however when you have fever you can also get achiness and sore muscles due to the infectious disease.If the infection in your hand is cured and( should be after six weeks) probably is not what is causing your back and neck pain. Read more...
Go see your PCP. Most likely not related but given your low grade fever with neck and back pain, i would recommend seeing your pcp and at least be ruled out for more serious causes like meningitis. With the flu and fevers, people often experience mucke and joint aches. Do you have other cold symptoms. There are other inflammatory and immune disorders that are less likely but can be associated w/lbp and neck pain. Read more...