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Fever, body pain, headache. History of stone in stomach. Tests normal. What is the problem?

HI am XXXX. For past 20 days am suffering fever. I took Dengue,malaria,thphoid all test by blood and urine. I have consulted with many doctors.they told all are normal.but continuos fever for me.if i put tablet or injection, i feel normal for 5 hrs then again continuous fever with body pain and headache. before 5 years, i had a stone in my stomach but i al right. can u tell me what could be the problem and which type of test can i take.

Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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First of all i dont understand what you mean by stone in stomach. Is it gall stones? Kidney stones? Anyway, if you are having continuous fever for 20 days, i would suggest u get a chest X-ray, sputum culture for acid fast bacilli and check for any swellings you might have in your body. It could be due to tuberculosis. If you have significant weight loss then the suspicion level still goes up.
Hope you get well soon
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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