I have low grade fever, that persists for 3 to even 6 months I cannot lead a normal life?

Hi, my name is (…). I’m 30 years old. Last 3 winters I have low grade fever, that persists for 3 to even 6 months. I have diagnosed Hashimoto’s and on eutirox medicine, with ups and downs of hormones. I’m told that fever can’t be from Hashimoto’s, but blood test didn’t show anything. I don’t know what to do. I’m feeling tired, sleepy… I cannot lead normal life.
Thank You very much!

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3:05 am

these are side effects of hashimotos with hormonal disturbances.
Persistent fever for 6 months needs medical attention.
A detailed blood check up with hormonal assays,LFTS,complete hemogram and whole body scan is necessary to find out the site of focus of infection.
Blood culture will be helpful.

Ayman Darrag
5:09 am

Low grade fever is common with many medical conditions,hashimoto’s disease is not one of them.
I recommend a new CBC test abd crp test..
If they are clear..then it could be chronic fatigue syndrome CFS or myalgic encephalomyelitis,it can be treated symptomatically ..
Feel better soon

Ahmed Fawzy
5:50 am

Notice that if your on higher dose than you should of thyroxine to treat hashimoto then it can cause low grade persistant fever
Low grade persistant fever has many causes , however in your case you are showing no other significant symptom beside being tired and sleepy
Did you get in contact with animals lately?
So possibilitys are
No 1 Rickettsia which is caused by gram negative infection which means blood and urine cultures won t usually show it unless you are specifically looking for it
No 2 Chlamydia psittaci infection
No 3 HIV
No 4 Cancer
Good luck