--- Marcu Natalia wrote:
> I am feverish (for about 2 months), the blood tests
> don't show any possible reason, so the doctors
> finally shrugged their shoulders saying they didn't
> know what to do.
I used to have fevers and headaches so bad that I
almost lost my job because I was unable to work for
several hours at a time when I got the fever and
headaches. Along with the fevers I also got a dry
mouth and had to carry water with me to sip so that I
I went to see 3 different doctors who would run all
the tests and then tell me I was healthy and there is
no reason for my problems. Finally I was placed in
the hospital for a week and they ran more extensive
and expensive tests, all day every day, until at the
end of the week they told me I was in perfect health.
When I went back to work a friend asked me why I had
been off work and I told him the story. He laughed at
me and said he used to have that too. It is only
allergies. I said I asked my doctor if it could be
allergies and he said no.
My friend referred me to an allergy doctor who
discovered that I was allergic to many things,
including many food allergies . I was placed on a very
strict diet of fresh vegetables eaten as a salad and
water for about 3 weeks. The fevers and dry mouth
cleared up and the headaches were much less.
Then he started giving me allergy shots. Later I gave
myself the allergy shots until the allergies became
much better and I started adding one thing at a time
back into my diet until I found which things triggered
the fevers and dry mouth. After that I didn't eat the
things that I reacted to.
Several years later I had my Amalgam mercury dental
fillings removed and within 6 months all my allergies
cleared up, including hayfever from pollen and dust
which caused sneezing and wet eyes. I can now eat
anything I like and not get any reactions.
As far as I know, the only two things that can cause
fever are infection and food allergies . By the way,
If you doctor gave you anti-biotics you need to take
probiotics such as acidopholus. This can be found in
yogurt and sauerkraut, or in capsules you get from the
health food store.