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achey, chills, back pain, no fever

By February 26, 2015 - 4:20pm
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Hello, I am a 29 year old female with two cervical and two lumbar bulging discs, and nerve pain, numbness etc.
I woke up this morning feeling achey (different than my typical pain- I'd describe this more flu like/achey and less my every day pain). I have chills, large headache, tired, can not regulate my body temperature, extremities are always cold without soaks or gloves, no fever temp (usually between 95.96, and 98.9).
This has gone and come back several times over the last two months, but with no fever I continue to work, and no one has shown similar symptoms at either of my jobs.

It re occurs, persisting anywhere from 48 hours to two weeks. It's not consistent with activity, lack of activity, sleep pattern, bowl movements, work schedule, diet, etc. It seems to be fairly random.
I have tried hydrocodone, Flexoril, naproxin, prednisone, yoga, stretches, exercise, rest, oils, massage,

I am set to see a neurologist in April, but am out options with my gp...

Any suggestions?

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I thank you for your response, and I am sorry it took so long to respond. As it turns out I have been dealing with bronchitis for the last few weeks, and obtaining it in the weeks prior. I finished my antibodies last Wed. Still coughing rough, but overall OK I guess. I've discussed fibromyalgia with my Dr previously and she did not feel that was the case So she's sending me to a back specialist to rule that out I guess.
Again, thank you so much for your response. Attune I'm sorry for the delay in mine.

March 16, 2015 - 5:21pm
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