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Fever in the evening and tiredness
My body temperature usually rises to 99-100 degrees F during evenings. This has been happening for the past few weeks. I also start to feel a bit of tiredness in my limbs at the same time. I did a blood test for CBC, Dengue and Typhoid. All tests were normal. I have noticed my immunity level has gone down as I have been contracting flu and infections very often in the past few months.
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HELLO, X--RAY CHEST PA VIEW DIGITAL. CONSULT A GENERAL PHYSICIAN M.D. TILL THAN, TABLET FLEXON TWO-TIMES A DAY AFTER FOOD.AS REQUIREDOR THREE DAYS. TABLET AUGMENTATINE 625 THREE TIMES A DAY AFTER FOOD FOR FIVE DAYS. PLENTY OF LIQUIDS. AVOID SPICY FRIED JUNK FOOD OR FOOD FROM OUTSIDE. LIGHT DIET WITH LEAST OIL. O.K, BYE.
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There isn't sufficient information to suggest a specific diagnosis. I would advise you to visit a MD general medicine so that you can be examined and undergo the necessary investigations to find the underlying cause and have it treated accordingly. These following steps may help: - Drink lots of water and stay well hydrated at all times of the day(Aim to drink 2.5-3 liters of water everyday) - Be careful with caffeine aim to drink caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea, cola just 1 or 2 times a day, above 6 such drinks would make you irritable, anxious and will negatively affect your performance - Don't skip meals, Eat healthy, clean and nutritious diet, Don't crash diet - Eat iron rich food - Adults need upto 8 hours of sleep per night - Destress yourself with methods such as yoga/meditation. - Exercise regularly(30-45mins/day)
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