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Raised temperature in the evenings

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hesterton Thu 16-Jul-15 18:56:11

I don't know if anyone can suggest what might be causing this. For about 2 weeks, I've had a low grade temperature - not enough to miss work but enough to make me feel a bit achey and tired. In the evening, it goes up to around 38.5, not very high but again, enough to make me feel a bit yuk.

My appetite is down but not non- existent and I am managing to function without problems until the evening when I start to feel poorly.

Any ideas what it might be?

I did have a couple of very sore and unusual insect bites on my leg about 3 weeks ago but no reason to think that's necessarily connected. (Not tics) They healed and went quite quickly.

hesterton Thu 16-Jul-15 18:58:12

Oh and in the morning my temp starts off normal. I get warmer as the day goes on!

hesterton Thu 16-Jul-15 18:59:12

And I'm in London and haven't been travelling.

hesterton Thu 16-Jul-15 19:29:12

Sorry for little bumpblush

hesterton Sat 18-Jul-15 13:37:45

Still high, during the day too. Getting fed up now sad

GP next week I guess if it's no better.

43mumof2 Sat 18-Jul-15 14:52:04

are you taking your tempreture ?
i get this most days , although im not taking mine , but i feel a bit fluy on and off through the day , i think its your body fighting off something , a cold or bug , im having blood tests monday to see how my FBC is , and go from there .
you may just be a bit run down , doing to much , id rest as much as you can , lots of sleep that may help x

hesterton Sat 18-Jul-15 16:10:14

Thanks, you're probably right. Hope you feel better soon too. flowers

tobysmum77 Sun 19-Jul-15 12:04:23

It sounds like a virus to me..... they can just be low grade and make you feel knackered/ run down for a few weeks.

hesterton Sun 19-Jul-15 13:52:42

Thanks. Still up but not s much as yesterday. Maybe it's on the way out at last!

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