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Chills, night sweats, hoarse voice, dizziness

I found out that I'm pregnant yet I still have intense chills, night sweats, dizziness, fatigue (for a couple of years now), and a consistently hoarse voice for months (have been diagnosed with vocal cord nodules). The chills are worse now than ever -- they last for weeks all day long. I feel like I have a high fever and I cannot get my body temperature to stabilize at all. I'm very concerned that these symptoms can affect the baby. I've done many tests (bloodwork, seen Ear, nose throat specialist, MRI, etc.) on countless doctor visits and so far nobody has found anything wrong. It's very frustrating and it feels as though nobody is really taking this serious or wants to get to the root cause of my symptoms. Any help or guidance is greatly appreciated.
I constantly feel depressed about these issues and cannot even be happy that I am pregnant because I'm constantly scared
  mom2009 on 2009-07-12
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please take three doses of thuja 30c at a gap of 4 hours on a single day. Please note that the medicine is to be taken only on a single day and not daily. Please report after 10 days.

Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
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