Fever / PainsHi,
I am need some help on Fever please. We recently moved from Americas to SE Asia. So total change of pace; time difference, food, water, environment, lots of walking etc.
Initially my wife got very sick, 102.7deg F with sinus & chest congestion / cough. All tests came negative and after 2 weeks fever came down but now stuck around 99.5deg F.
While she was sick, I may have been exposed to the viral. I developed
fever about 101.5 with head congestion & pain and tiredness. All test came out negative; blood work showed no bacterial infection, no dengue etc. Then the fever came down to 99.5deg F. With no symptoms I started to go back to work as I could not take too much time off.
Now I am better in the morning but around later in the morning start to feel the fever in the head; heaviness / leg aches etc. So it is fluctuation between 98.7 to 100.1 deg F on different times of the day. Walking / exertion makes it worse.
As the fever increases, I feel tired and some times my legs upper portion and sometimes lower portion / calves hurt/tired. No other symptom now. The weather is warm and humid all the time and I am wet at the lower back of the head, sometimes even dripping sweat. In general, I am hot but now may be the heat may be affecting me but not sure. Right now I have been completely resting for last 3+hrs and the fever is 99.4 deg F.
Please assist to get better / get rid of the fever, and let me know if you have any questions.
Banjara on 2020-01-12
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