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Fever since 20 days,weakness,typhoid

dear sir/madam my self AAAAAAA kohli i ma suffring from fever last 20 days but whenever i checked my temprature its showed only 96 to 97.i tested my tlc & dlc and is report is tlc is -0000/cumm ....... dlc is n-76%, l-22, m01%, e-01%. after this test the doctor said u have a typhoid so he start treatment and he treat me 1 week and after one week i againg feel weaknees in my body and i went to cheast specialist 5 days ago and he AAAAAAA me a 5 days medicine todays 5 days is complete and i feel better then before but still my body dont allow me for any work so suggest me sir/ madam what should i do now i should go again cheast doctor for contenious medicion or i should change doctor ?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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If you say your temperature is normal, then you do not have fever. You may be feeling feverish because of weakness as well as the quantity of medicines you are consuming.

In typhoid, you not only get low grade fever, but you also suffer from gastrointestinal symptoms like constipation, diarrhoea and vomiting.
Did you do a Widal test for diagnosing typhoid? Just by doing a TLC or DLC, a doctor cannot diagnose that you are suffering from typhoid fever.

Secondly, what made you go to a chest specialist? Did you have a cough or breathlessness? You have been given antibiotics by both doctors, that is why you are feeling weak and feverish.

If you still register fever on your thermometer, please get a Widal test done to rule out typhoid. If you have chills along with fever, get a test for malaria done.

Homoeopathy will help to build your immunity system. Consult a good homoeopath.

All the best!
Answered: Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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