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Is there any correlation between fever, blood clot on eye macula and bicuspid valve in heart ?

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Hi, my nephew (15 yrs old) is having fever since last 8-10 months. Fevers subside for one week-10days and again come. He was on different antibiotics for long time. Nothing is coming in blood reports. Condition is getting worse, as he got blood clot in on macula in the right eye after sever headache for couple of days. He was also diagnosed with bicuspid valve in heart. Do you see any correlation of these multiple problems.
Posted Fri, 4 May 2012 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Rakhi Tayal 2 hours later

Thanks for your query.

Your nephew is having either a chronic infection or some kind of a blood disorder because of which he is suffering repeatedly from fever and is not getting a permanent relief with the antibiotics.
For proper and permanent relief, a diagnosis is a must which can be known only after the investigations.You will have to send me the details of all the investigations he has had till now so that i can assess and can let you know if anything is missing.

The blood clot in the macula might be related if he is having some blood disorder.
A bicuspid heart valve is not a problem unless it is associated with some deformity.

Anticipating an early reply.


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