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Random fever in the evening after starting as headache.

Hi all,

In the last half a year I am experiencing a sudden fever rise up to 39 degree it happens in the evening after starting as headache in the afternoon. After a good night sleep it disappears as it never was.
Happens one a moth or two.

I'm usually healthy in the last 10 years all I can remember is getting cold, I do have a kidney condition that being monitored, but without limitations or treatment.

Any clue ?
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replied December 5th, 2015
Welcome at HCM
I appreciate your health concerns.
It is not possible to make exact diagnosis on internet.
Keep the record of the fever and take pulse along with it. Pulse rate more than 100 with fever need to be investigated. If there is history of weight loss and night sweats then one can think of TB. Meet your physician for proper assesment.
Hope it helps
Regards
Dr Saad Sultan


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