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Over the past 2 weeks I have developed muscle aches in my legs ,shoulders, and neck. This is accompanied by 100 to 101 temp. fever only at night. When I get up the fever disappears, but not he aches.

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Internal medicine specialists are doctors who are trained to diagnose, treat, and help prevent a broad range of medical conditions in adults. To become an internal medicine specialist, or internist, a doctor needs to complete medical school, followed by a residency in internal medicine. Additional training may be obtained in subspecialties such as infectious diseases, cardiology, pulmonology, allergy, hematology, gastroenterology, nephrology, rheumatology, and endocrinology. Internists who specialize in a specific discipline are referred to by that subspecialty, such as cardiologist, pulmonologist, oncologist, and so on.