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Mild fever with back pain, joint pain, drowsiness, headache, have elevated uric acid level. Suggestion?

hi i have mild fever during evening and sometimes through out the day for more than one week ,( i am a pure vegetarian of age 32) and the following symptoms Back pain pain at arm joints at back below neck feeling sleep head ache uric acid = 7.4 no sugar , cholostrol , bp normal , light drinker smoking for 8 years , now completely stopped for 4 years
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Hi Rajeshkk,
The problem which you are facing is not may be because of your raised uric acid level.
Another important thing is that your uric acid level is also not raised too much, it is just above the higher limit for the man. So from all this symptoms and slightly raised uric acid level gout can not be diagnosed.
Another important thing is that gout mainly involve one or few joints mainly big toe, knee, or ankle joints are most often affected. And apart from this pain is very severe and excruciating.
There problem you are right now facing can be because of some viral infection or other things and I would suggest you to consult some doctor and have pain killer for some days and see, if everything is Ok.

Thanks and take care
Answered: Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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