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I recently discovered I have a lowe grade fever every day and no obvious cause or medical reason. I realize most people don’t take their temperature every day but I am curios to find out if this is an unnoticed part of chronic pain, fibromyalgia in particular.
No, it is not a part of chronic pain. Fevers are typically associated with infections or inflammation. However, a low grade fever can be a person's norm. No one maintains 98.6°F throughout the day. Some people will range anywhere from 97 - 99.2 and still be considered normal.
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