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low body temp and high wbc and i fell tired why?

one week ago i was sick with a fever of 101.7 for several days. now my body temp is between 95.9-96.5 I am very tired and my wbc is 24,000. what is causing the tiredness, low body temp and high wbc? and I have no appetite have lost 13lbs in 10 days
Mon, 18 Apr 2011
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  User's Response
Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum
you have got sevir viral infection.(typhoid,maleria)your urine are also pale colour.
so take all lab.test(CBC,WIDAL,URINE,M.P.KIT).AFTER DIAGNOSE take proper treatment. thank you
General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
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Since you had fever and i guess you got treated that can be the reason of having a low body temp due to antipyretic medicines.The increase in WBC count shows there is some active infection going on inside your body please see if you have any other symptoms like cough;loose motions increased frequency of urine;vomiting.As for the weight loss it can happen in fever but is more likely in Tuberculosis;typhoid so get investigated like Widal for typhoid;ESR;CRP also X-ray chest & Mantoux test & treated by a physician.It is necessary to find the cause & get treated .
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