Sore neck low grade fever

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Hello, Are the nodes on your neck large, bigger than 1 cm? Are they hard or are they moveable? This may have something to do with the fevers. Please advise.
Now it's May and I've been battling a low grade fever from 99.4-100.3 oral temp daily. Some days I feel ok then the fever comes and it just runs me down. I've had ear pain, sore throat, eye pain, headaches, sinus pressure, changes in vision, sweating, very bad knee pain and joint pain and just a general feeling of being unwell. I don't exercise like I used to. I did just get my braces off and have a food trap in between my teeth.
I never had a fever in my life that lingered like this.I have tried everything to break this nasty low grade fever of mine. Taking cool/cold baths, fever reducing meds (Ibuprofen)--still does not work. Calms the fever down for a while, then comes right back. And including using a cool compress on my forehead & eye area--that does not work either. Only for a few--which is a great relieve! Do you think the infection has spread else where? or I might have something else going on in my body?
Thank you doctor. Is having the low grade fever for 5 or 6 weeks mean I should be seeking urgent care/hospital immediately or is waiting for a few more days to see my primary doctor acceptable? Besides the various STD testing, do you recommend any other specific test I should be asking the doctor for? Finally, does my list of symptons sound like I might have CFS/EB or a similar condition?? Cheers!
I have some trouble understanding the difference between normal body temperature and low-grade fever though. Is 37.2C(99C) during the day consider normal or low-grade? I have heard body temperature will normally peak during later afternoon too(around 4pm-6pm), so body temperature of around 37.5C(99.5C) during that time would also be considered as normal too. But a range of 99-99.5C sounds like low-grade fever to me. Anyone can shed a light to this?
Sometimes a virus will give you low grade fever, even hepatitis (but usually with nausea and diarrhea etc). A low titer ANA such as 1:64 is usually considered negative but they watch to make sure you don't develop anything. Since you do have a fever something either infectious or autoimmune. I assume you have no other symptoms such as face rash, achy joints no swollen lymph nodes under your neck or elsewhere? Did they test you for Ebstein Barr Virus?
Neck feels black and blue all week. Yesterday I started a low grade fever 100, very achy, headache, nausea and in bed all day today. It might be a virus, but since I have an enlarged and sore neck, am wondering if it could be related. Is it dangerous. Should I wait for nutritionist appt. Wed or should I go to doctor right away? Thanks!
Firstfull sorry for my bad english cuz iam from middleeast Iam 27 male had unprotected oral sex with sex worker for 1min,, in the next morning i had low grade fever which continue to 10 days after that the fever go away but i discover pain in the neck ( sound like pain in lympthnode) which continue for 10 days so in the day 21 i go to private lap and the doc there tell me that we can now do p24 compo if negative it is conclusive and u dont need any further test so i do it in day(21,27,33) al o
I have had sore, swollen glands in my neck for over 3 weeks. My Dr. agreed they were swollen but ruled out lymphoma as I had had some blood tests but they were done before I had these symptoms. I don't feel it would be lymphoma, but I thought maybe some kind of virus as I am running a low grade fever from 99.3 to 100.3. My "normal" is usually 97. I was taking an antibiotic (Bactrim) for an abscess I had on my buttock caused by a bee sting probably. Another Dr.
Lymph nodes swell become sore-painful in throat, neck, BACK of neck (which I didn't know THEY were lymph nodes) and back of my elbows (also according to doc, lymph nodes). I'm exhausted, just flat out bone tired. Had a ton of blood tests have ruled out "mono", chest xrays rule out lung cancer & ruled out thyroid.
I have extreme fatigue, deep muscle aches, hypersensitivity to touch where if someone barely touches me I feel like i'm burning, fairly low grade fever (99.5 area), muscle weakness, sore throat (not strep) tender glands, joint pain ( not visible swelling), tight feeling skin like my hands are swelling but they arent, severe lower back and neck pain, keep waking up in the middle of the night not sleeping well.
Hi , I am 26 and have been suffering from repeating low grade fever. In a year itmigh repeat several times and persist for weeks too. Recently I have been suffering from it from 4 week and above . The fever is around 98.6 or 99 or 99.5 or sometimes 100 during evening and persist for one hour or so and then starts decreasing. In the morning too sometimes I feel feverish a bit. But the fever doesn't cause any body pain.
It comes with a swollen throat, and the skin on my neck is very hot. When my sore throat goes away, the fever goes away. Along with that, my left eye is bulging and in the corner of both eyes are sore red patches. Should I call my general practitioner or just wait for my appt on friday?
9, ESR 2, AST 30 ALT 36, ALP 79, GGT 20, Iron 25 After finishing therapy my chest X ray showed no patological changes, but low grade fever persisted. So they performed another blood tests and medical researches. Results were within normal ranges again: RBC 4.59, HGB 145, PLT 169 | WBC 6.3, ly 21%, ne 69%, mono 9% | CRP 0.3, fibrinogen 2.9, ESR 6, AST 30 ALT 42 - described as marginal acute liver damage drug origin - ALP 80, LDH 316 etc.
I believe is comparable to the Adam's Apple; however, I'm female. I am running a low grade fever of 100.5 and have no other symptoms. Is this the begining of a cold? Or should I be tested or observed futher by an MD? Thanks for your help in advance!
I went back to bed and they still were sore when I woke up. I am not large (34 a/b) and they did feel less sore as the day went on but were sore again when I woke up the next day. They don't hurt as much now but kinda feel tender right along the underwire bra. It's not just one boob but both? Any ideas? Any suggestions?
Thanks for posting this grifter, I had a similar experience as you (although it was a one off short encounter) I have had the same symptoms as you, but with a low grade fever, did you find out what was wrong with you?
forgot to add that I am running low grade fever 99.
Hello.. I've had a low grade fever as high as 102 and have constant sweats, chills, nasty neck pain, headaches, bad upper to lower back pain, can't sleep. I'm sooo tired and have gone into the ER tons of time and all my blood work comes up ok, other than my RDW SD I believe thats the one? That one for 2 months has been high? All the doctors just treat me for migraines and send me home... Never a CT scan or MRI or anything.. Just remind me of how many times I've been into the ER..
I also have the feeling like I am running a fever, along w/ the aches and headache that accompany a fever. Sometimes I actually am running a low grade. If you temp seems to run low to begin with, then you could actually be running a temp.
Pityriasis rosea is a common human skin disease which presents as numerous patches of pink or red oval rash. The rash may be accompanied by low-grade headache, fever, nausea and fatigue and sometimes by itching. No treatment is usually required. In most patients, the condition lasts only a matter of weeks or months(upto six months) If the rash persists then it will be best to get it evaluated from a dermatologist.Other possibilities have to be ruled out then.
I have intermittent feelings of a low-grade fever. They told me I had a sinue infection and gave me a decongestant (can't remember the name) and amoxycillin. After 4 days on the antibiotic I didn't feel any better and actually was feeling worse so I called the doctor back. This time they called me in a prescription for Biaxin. I have been on the Biaxin for 8 days and I do not feel any better. My neck is so sore and I am living on Ibuprofen.
Hi, I'm just back from my doctor's office with a low grade fever (99.6C), mild chest pain, and tarchycardia (115bpm). Also, I have been having flu-like symptoms for almost a week. My doc thinks that I might have an infection in my GI tract. My stomach cannot tolerate tylenol, so he gave me some Ambien so I can get a little better sleep while we wait for the lab results.
Do you have any other symptoms; fatigue, drentching night sweats, low grade fever, unintentional weight loss, itching, just not feeling well? If not, then I would not worry about it. You mentioned that you constantly touch the node. All you are doing is irritating it. Nodes are very, very sensitive and take a while to go down. Since you have been irritating it, it could actually take 6 months to go down. I still feel for mine, but very gently. You are probably alright, try to relax......
I know I should be seeing a Dr for this but since I have a high deductible on my health insurance I wanted to post here first to see what thoughts you all might have before I make a return visit. I went ot the Dr about 3 weeks ago due to a severe sore throat and low grade fever, he did a step test and it came back negative but due to the redness and the tenderness/swollen glands he gave me a Z-Pack of Antibiotics. Within 24 hrs the sore throat weakened and I was feeling much better.
I run between 96.6 and 97.2 regularly, so that is a bit high for me. Stayed the same, low-grade temp...Tuesday I developed a "tickly" cough, but it never brought up anything. Wednesday morning, fever was gone and stayed gone, but I started this uncontrollable sneezing, at least I would say 8-10 sneezes an hour. Oh, just to say nothing yellow or green...all clear. Then yesterday (Thursday) I still had no fever at all for the whole day and night.
however, by that evening the shooting pains in my head had returned along with my low grade fever. I have had a headache with fever before, but this does not feel the same. These symptoms continued until about the 3rd when I also started feeling some muscle stiffness mostly in my shoulder blades and lower neck region along with a feeling of heaviness and chest pressure. The low grade fever seems to come and go and is usually accompanied by strong sharp pains in my head.
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