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Did anyone else's fever come and go during their  first outbreak?

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MissHope

I don't really recall getting fevers but with some outbreaks I certainly can feel really really rundown. I know it's going to be a bad one when I get sciatic pain, achy and tender and tired. It usually only last 12-24 hours and then bam - I get an outbreak. 

Can you take some paracetamol or ibuprofen to help with the fever and pain?

Hope you feel better soon. 

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Worstguyever

Yes,  for me it came three times at initial outbreak between two weeks.  All three times it came at Dawn or early morning and bact to normal within 4-6 hours.  But if you don't have outbreak then its something else. 

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WaySheGoes

Mine has been constantly around 100, spiking to 101-102 for a week. Thank god for ibuprofen 

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eitak90

I had a fever during my primary in mid-June. I haven't had an OB since then, however I feel like one is coming because I have been having fevers and fatigue. I'm not sure if that is my body telling me that one is coming, since I am newly diagnosed but the fever is common from what I understand

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Blahdittilyblah

I had a fever and flu like symptoms for about 3 days. I literally was so exhausted I had no energy. I was in bed for 3 days then just like that back to what I thought was normal me. 

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