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Lola
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I have had a low grade temp for 4 months now. Now that I have started zith. it is going up to 100 again. I think my hypothalamus is messed up. Also have light sweats at night, nothing drenching like people with babs, but have had this on and off during treatment.
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Dr. S said my fever that appears one to two weeks out of four is probably from Babesia.
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Just make certain that your appendix is okay. My husband had this low-grade temp for a bit and ended up with a ruptured appendix. A low grade temp is not something to be non-chalant about.

Take care.

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My husband and I both have low grade fevers. I've had mine for about 5 years.

And am not sure how long my husband has had his.

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Spoke too soon. I have a normal temp tonite!!!! 98.1 Yiperooni!

I kinda feel good too.

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5dana8
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hey Loa

Sounds alot like babs with the sweat and palps. Not sure you don't have to have drenching sweats to have babs. I was never much of a sweater but teated positive to babs and would just have light sweats.

I had low grade fevers and chills for 20 years with my lyme,but did notice higher than normal temps while in treament. Was told a fever can be a sign of a herx.

It wasn't untill my last treatment for babs that the fevers ect.. finally went away. Knock on wood.

Hope you are feeling better soon

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