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Episodes of intermittent fever with chills, tender spots on lower legs, body aches. Normal blood reports

Episodes of intermittent fever with chills and sometimes rigors, with tender red spot on lower legs, body aches, no sore throat or runny nose, sometimes arthralgia . fever checked once when it was sever and found to be 102C. FEVER GOES OFF usually in 48 hours. blood reports normal. Only ESR around 35. I am 53 year old female. duration for the problem 2 years
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Hi Sunethra,

Welcome to Heathcare Magic Physician's Desk!

If the intensity of your symptoms has gone up then you might be suffering some add on infection like dengue, malaria etc and should get investigated accordingly.

If there is nothing new and problems same as before in last two years then you might be having some brooding infection or an autoimmune or connective tissue disease and need an urgent review with a physician and get investigated for FUO.

Wish you a great health!
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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