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Diabetes, depression, palpitations, gastritis. Scan revealed slight liver dilation. Why fever?

Respected Doctgor : I am female, age 53 years, married, having children one daughter (house wife), son (employing), both having children leading family life. I have been suffering from diabetes, depression , palpitation , gastritis ( it is now not so problematic), liver slight dilation revealed in scanning, Now immediate problem is I have been getting fever(temperature) daily since three months, temperature starting between 8 pm to 12 midnight regularly. The gastro enterologist, my regular consultant said that the scanning report is fine except slight liver dilation it s fine. But still I am getting fever regularly. I want solution and your expert advice in this regard.
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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You are a Type II Diabetic.
You are suffering from depression and acid peptic disease.
You have fever for 3 months and in occurs in the evening.
Diabetics are prone for infections.
Your history is evening rise of temperature and it is classical of Tuberculosis.
The incidence of tuberculosis is high in a diabetic than a non diabetic due to defective immunity.
Answered: Tue, 7 May 2013
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