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Recurring Fever with chills, body pain
I am a 37 year old woman, married for 16 years with 2 kids. I have recurring fever in the evening with chills body pain since 5 days & pain in the lower abdomen since yesterday. I tested negetive for covid on Sunday. And a few weeks back I had an unsafe sexual encounter with someone. A day later when I bent down to pick something, I felt a shock in my lumbar spine (in the site of the epidural injection) and since then I am suffering from recurring severe pain in my left hip all the way to my left foot. After that I had normal periods (5d/27d). Now I have fever,body aches & pain in my lower abdomen. I am also worried about any STDs I might have contacted. I took tab Acemiz MR for my hip & leg pain for a few days and now I have been taking DOLO 650 whenever I have fever(37.7-39C).
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Could be Tuberculosis , first Consult gynecologist nd then physician
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Are you having any burning sensation in urine? Or any discharge from Vagina?
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You need to visit a gynecologist for physical examination for any visible changes and discharge , you also need to get CBC, urine test or swab test for chlamydia and gonorrhea, FTBS for syphilis , and ultrasound whole abdomen including pelvic region, a separate consultation for your spine with orthopedics.
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Your symptoms are indicative of SCIATICA ( pain in hip radiating towards the foot ) And you should definitely get yourself tested for STDs
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Go for CBNAAT test ...it could be due to TB...and do CBC,X ray of Lumber spine AP Lateral view,Hip join,Serum calcium
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