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Anxiety, fatigue, and random fever
I have been suffering with anxiety with I lost a loved one last year and then had covid with extended post-cold symptoms. Issue is it's been over an year, and I still randomly get low grade fever and fatigue every now and then..I got a typhoid test done which is negative. Apart from low liver protein everything came normal in the blood work. Can my fatigue, body ache and fever be a result of anxiety and depression? Which treatment should I take or specialist should I best consult for advice? It's effecting my work also. Thanks for your advice in advance. Regards.
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I understood your concern  and noted the problem as well .I need to ask few more details to make a diagnosis and start treatment and advice which suits you. Pl consult me on Practo , so that I can help you better.book a time slot as per your convenience for consultation.
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As much as we ignore the mental health, what we don’t understand is it’s very important, as important as our physical health. Please don’t ignore this, consult a psychiatrist about this. Start from there, if the fever and other symptoms persists then we can talk about it further.
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Referral to a specialist rehabilitation service does not seem to be needed for most patients, who can expect a gradual, if sometimes protracted, improvement in energy levels and breathlessness, aided by careful pacing, prioritisation, and modest goal setting. In our experience, most but not all patients who were not admitted to hospital recover well with four to six weeks of light aerobic exercise (such as walking or Pilates), gradually increasing in intensity as tolerated. Those returning to employment may need support to negotiate a phased return.
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After excluding serious ongoing complications or comorbidities, and until the results of long term follow-up studies are available, patients are managed pragmatically and symptomatically with an emphasis on holistic support while avoiding over-investigation.
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consult me on practo for treatment.
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Physical and mental helath both are important.. U can get a CBC, TSH. if it's already done, normal means no need to worry. And regular check your temperature morning and evening if it is 100 or more than that, consider as fever and you requires further workup and evaluation... If it's not no need to worry.. Do regularly  yoga and meditation.. And you can consult a psychiatrist once...
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