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What causes severe fatigue, mild fever and body pain ?

It is psoible of liver problem or mononucleosis or other symptoms ?pls. help I felt severe throat, fever and cough for one week and after a week i felt sever fatique, mild fever and severe back and chest, shoulder joint pain and some node pain when days past by, i regain gradually my strength and no more joint pain but mild fever, sore throat and chest and back pain still exist. what should be the posible cause. here are my blood test result: total cholestorol 243 mg/dl, ldl cholesterol 142, triglycerides266, liver profile: sgpt 65, sgot 48, ggt 117 after one month of suffering. thanks and GOD BLESS U!!!
Asked On : Mon, 11 Apr 2011
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All your listed values are high, you need to keep away from fatty food, junk food, eat more green leafy vegetables which reduce the lipids. Exercise everyday by brisk walking unless contraindicated by heart problem. Liver is fine now but GGT high means you are possibly suffering from alcoholism. YOU NEED TO QUIT DRINKING ALCOHOL. It can reduce your immunity also. The problems you mentioned are possibly viral infection of your throat causing Pharyngitis. Drink orange juice as it helps to reduce symptoms of viral fever. Visit your Doctor after 4-5 days or if it gets worse for further evaluation.
Answered: Mon, 27 Jun 2011
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