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Suffer from a low grade fever and sinus infection, night sweats and weakness in legs. Family history of DVT. Need to be concerned?

Hi I have had a low grade fever of approx. 37.8 deg c for over three weeks now and no other symptoms apart from a sinus infection (jaw pain, no blocked nose but heaps of nasel drip) and course of amoxil plus clavulanic id not clear this up. I have no swollen glands but am now experiencing night sweats and the only other symptom I have is weakness in my lower right leg. My extended family has a history of DVT . Any ideas?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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hi.. thanks for using HCM..
you are having upper respiratory infection with sinusitis..
along with that you have myalgia, night sweats and weakness..
you have take antibiotics (you have already taken amox-clav), take analgesics, nasal decongesants,.. do salt water gargling and steam inhalation..
see your physician for this..
all the very best,,
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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