Any other symptoms? IBS, neurapthy, sore throat, swollen and tender lymph nodes, irratability, light and sound sensativaties, weight loss, stabbing pains, cold hands, feet, ankles hurt, charley horse muscle pain, UTI like symptoms, "brain fog" short term memory loss, eye pain?
Hi and hope your daughter is geting better. I agree with the doctor to take her to a infetious disease (ID) doctor.
all i think of when i hear these symptoms is my allergy to splenda-sucralose u cant believe how bad myself and so many other people felt from sugar substitutes if this is of any interest or applies at all go online about peoples reactions and allergies to splenda and other sugar substitutes if this is no use think of other new things over the last month she ate or drank hope she feels better
How is your daughter? What diagnostic tests were done already? Fever of unknown origin (FUO) is an unexplained fever that persists longer than 1 week in a child. Aside from mono and CMV, other possible viral causes include EBV, enterovirus, HSV, helatitis and even HIV according to one study. ( ref: http://www.wjpch.com/UploadFile/001%20%20%2010-104.pdf)
Aside from blood and urine tests, additional diagnostic tests such as imaging studies and even nuclear medicine studies may need to be done to determine the underlying cause. Referral to an ID specialist would indeed very helpful in ruling out infectious issues. Take care and do keep us posted.