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I had a fever after hysterectomy. What is this fever about & how can I get rid of it ?

I had a total abdominal hysterectomy 5 days back. I have developed a low grade fever 99-100. Initially it was 102 degrees and I was put on IV antibiotic Tienam. I have been given 11 injections and now the fever has reduced to 99-100 range. Today I had my tests for Blood CP, Malarial Parasite and Urine Culture. They were all normal. I have no symptoms. I am eating normally and able to walk as well. If everything is normal what is this fever about ? How can I get rid of it ? Kindly help.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Aug 2011
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welcome to health care magic
it is just your body trying to cope up with your immunity so dont worry it is normal,,drink as much as water you can per day it will wash out your toxins...very soon and fever will go away...follow your line of treatment.
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Answered: Thu, 4 Aug 2011
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