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I have continuous mild fever over a month

Hi, I am 39 years old guy, I have continuous fever around 38 degree celcius over a month, I had taken first anti biotic Sparofloxacin, then anti biotic Ciprafloxacin and then as my doctor suspected typhoid he prescribed me Chloramphenicol, then I had vomitting and diarrhea, then I stopped Choramphenicol after taking 7 days, Now my ESR - 14, haemoglobin - 11.4, WBC = 4200, RBC = 3.8, Eosinophil = 64% Lymphocyte = 29%, Eosinophil = 05% Monocyte= 02% and Basophil = 00% I have no Malaria Parasite,my C-Reactive Protein - Negative, Now I don't have bowel symptoms and my stool and urine normal, But still I have 38 degree fever, I have lost 5 kg weight in one month, Please suggest me what I will do?
Asked On : Tue, 10 Aug 2010
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Hi well come to HCM.
AT times fever is due to antibiotics, Looking to your reports you can give trial of
giving up all the medicines for few days and if does not go you got to have many
reports to find out cause of itlike. Tuberculosis. liver abscess. Hiv. and even Mali-
gnancy. So better to be in constant touch with your Doctor. Thanks
Answered: Fri, 2 Sep 2011
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