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Low body temperature, headaches and felling hot all the time

Hi I have been having low body temps.(95) and I feel very hot all day. At night I have sweats that leave me soaked and unable to sleep. My right side is in pain from my lower back, my calf, on the top of my foot by big toe and bottom of foot. I feel shakey during the day and exausted/tired that I don t want to do any thing. I have bad headaches and joints hurts.. I m 35 and feel horrible. It has been 2 weeks now.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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Very diffuse symptoms. Immediately get following pathological tests done. (1) Complete Blood Count with Urine (Routine & Micro). (2) S. Widal. Then get USG Abdomen and KUB done with X-ray Lumbar Spine.
There may be an infection along with cord compression in spine (sciatica).
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