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High fever, unable to diagnose. Weight loss, reduced appetite. What tests help to ascertain ?

Hi I am 35 years old.Around 2 years back i had high fever and doctors could not diagnose what the fever was due to.After much blood check and saline transfussions the doctor said that it could be due to Typhoid .However after that i have lost some weight and appetite also has decreased.I have also been falling ill quite often-Mostly colds-you could say once every 2 months.Have my immunity levels decreasedertain?What tests can i do to asc
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic,
Getting frequent colds is not a symptom or sign of low immunity.
Frequent colds are due to allergic rhinitis, allergic environment and repeated exposures to viruses.
But loss of weight and loss of appetite are significant and needs evaluation by a physician.
There are many investigations are there, but very difficult for a common man to go for and interpret their results and unneccessarily they cause apprehension.
So consult your Physician, he will take a proper history of your problems, and depending on complete examination, he will plan investigations and he will correlate them with your symptoms and examination findings.
Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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