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Loss of cervical lordosis, arthritic pain in hands and feet, frequent low grade fever. Autoimmune disease?

I have loss of cervical lordosis , arthritis pain from my feet, to my knees, to my hands and my elbows, plus neck and back. Frequently get low grade fevers and seem to catch everything. Am I wrong to be frustrated that blood work hasn t been run in almost two years for autoimmune diseases? Especially if they run in my family?
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM.

It is wise to do tests for autoimmune disorders.
Also, since you tend to catch fevers, it is better to check for diabetes and other diseases that reduce your immunity. Pl. speak to your doc about the same and get well soon.

Wishing you best health
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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