low fever and fatigue

Discussion in 'Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Main Forum' started by Sobek, Jul 18, 2015.

  1. Sobek

    Sobek Member

    I've had a low fever - 37.1 C (which comes and goes mostly in afternoon)and fatigue for 5 months.All began with low fever and fatigue,which occured after probable flu, but the flu wasn't flu.I went to doctor who concluded that i had a pneumonia and the x-ray also showed something. I started to take medicines and after 1 month all my symptoms still staied. In a couple of months I visited many doctors but no one concluded what is the problem with me and they said that I'm fine.I made many blood test also ecografia of heart and organs around stomach.After 5 month I still feel very tired and lose weight.In the time between 4 and 6 afternoon the temperature rises to 36.9-37.3 and falls after 6.It has also come cough after meal.Some irregular heart rhythms and red spots on elbows were also occured.

    What can be the matter?If someone can help me with some advise I will be extremely grateful.
  2. joanierav

    joanierav Member

    hi sobek. low grade fevers are a problem with many of us on this site. i am one of them. they mysterically went away for one yr. but recently reimerged again. i get really sick and have to go to bed when the fevers hit, until they pass. anti inflammatories used to help them, but not so much anymore. sometimes a good sleep will help.

    hope someone chimes in with some helpful suggestions. but for now, just wanted you to know you are not alone. take care . joanierav
  3. Sobek

    Sobek Member

    Thank you I really appreciate that,but I still hope to find out what's the matter with me.Nevertheless I wish you all the best.
  4. tamsyn2

    tamsyn2 Member

    Have you been tested for Lyme disease? What about mono? Have you had a full blood panel done ? How is your thyroid function?
  5. bct

    bct Active Member

    After the slightest bit of exertion --- even a short walk, or shower/shave -- I feel hot, my temp rises from its normal 98.6 to 99.4 0r a degree or two more. Is this part of ME? I often wonder if I have chronic Lyme, or something else. Also I get a clammy cold sweat on my head.
  6. bct

    bct Active Member