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Having hemiplegic migraines, fever, gums and teeth pain, had bilateral PE, on warfin. Pnemonia, bronchitis, plurise?

I have hemipeligic migraines, I have had one for the past 20 plus months, I have been having a low grade fever from 99.2-101.3 for the past 4 weeks, my whole right side of my head hurts, from the migraine, now the pain has gone all the way down to my jaw , my gums and teeth hurt only on the right side of my mouth, my gums are not swollen. I was told 4-5 weeks ago i had pnemonia, but then told bronchitis , then told plurise how ever it is spelled, then was told 2 weeks ago my lungs are clear. I have other issues such as MTHFR which I was recently told, I had a bilateral PE in november, and on warfin now. my INR is in range I just had that checked today. I am just stuck as to what this fever could be, I feel yucky. I am tired of feeling yucky.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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I can understand your worry, you have used the wrong term here that does not create any sense, "Hemiplegic Migraine" I guess it must be "unilateral headache" you wanted to say here, look the over all your symptoms are very much irrelevant with each other if you want to clear the doubt whether this is pneumonia or something else then you need to get done the x-ray chest and complete blood count these two test would clear the diagnosis hope this information helps you have nice day.
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