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Have fever. Taken medication for typhoid. When will fever vanish?

i had a typhoid fever with mild fever upto 100 degree farhenheit. I cure by strong medication of vein injection . after fifteen days of cure, i still get 99 degree fahrenheit temp in evening though in the morning my temp is normal. pls guide when this temp will vanish? whenever i ask my doctor , he replied that it is due to exhaustion and weakness. pls guide
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Typhoid fever is once diagnosis is confirmed most it should clear off in 2 to 3 weeks time maximum. Some time there may be issue of drug resistance when it can be delayed or some complication takes place. Normally after injections oral drugs may be given along with good healthy diet and care of potable water some vitamins may be supplemented to help in recovery.
Some times when diagnosis is in question? hidden tuberculosis in body may be there ??
But your doctor knows best discuss with him.
Best of Luck.
Answered: Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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