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Have ibs and colon problem. Why do I feel fever mostly at night?

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I have feverish mostly at night, quite often from 3am to 7am, I am waiting for sigmoiscopy in another month time, as I had ibs, and colon problem. Could this feverish a symtom includes?
I was prescribed Mintec, Latulose, all simple drugs, but woke up by this fevrish every night is killing me. Why feverish?

Posted Thu, 11 Oct 2012 in IBS(Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
Answered by Dr. Charles S Narasi 22 minutes later
Hello, XXXXXX,
I understand that you have had constipation problems,
I am assuming for more than six months. You are on
Lactulose that helps to relieve constipation.When you
tell us that you are feverish, have you really taken your
temperature to see if you have fever. Sometimes, you
may have a warm sensation, but not actually fever.
It is possible to have diverticulosis and also IBS symtoms.
Usually, with diverticulitis, you have lower abdominal pain,
nausea, vomiting and also diarrhea, even bloody.
I am glad you are scheduled for sigmoidoscopy soon.
I would have preferred a full or total colonoscopy at your age.
Discuss this with your doctor.I understand your National
Healthcare system is different from ours.
Wish you well.
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