September 11, 2011 8:13pm CST
For several years now, I have had vague low grade fevers. I normally run about 97.1 deg F, when I get one of these it's between 99.2 & 100.2. When I get the flu, it hits 102+;when I was 19 it got so high as 105 (SCARY!) with influenza. I have one now. It is the first one I have had since I started on immunosuppressants in May. I had to go out of town for a bridal shower that I was helping to throw for my best friend. So, initially this afternoon, I just thought I was tired from driving. Even though I stayed behind when they went to a club to watch a jazz band because I was tired. I was in bed by 10 and slept til 8. Not uncommon when I've had a busy day. I'd been up since 7:30 and had driven 2 1/2 hours. I was just wondering if anyone else with an autoimmune condition get these fevers? I can't be the only one.
• United States
16 Sep 11
I think your eating habit is responsibility for your condition. You appear to have a very weak immune system. You need to learn to eat healthy. Your body is capable of regulating itself if given proper nutrients. On my profile, follow webpage link and look for article titled "Think Healthy!" by L'Afrique. In this article you will get tips for a healthy lifestyle. Be healthy and stay healthy!