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Question DetailsAsked on 2/16/2012

Can a fever of 103 be caused by anything other than an infection?

Brother, 56, has hep c with advanced cihrosis of the liver,and took the chemo for it a year ago. He is waiting for the next drug's FDA approval as his doc says he is a good candidate for it.
Meanwhile he has stomach cramping almost daily,which the doctors say are unrelated to the hep C. And he has occasional incidences of fever. Last night he awakened with chills and 102.8 temp. They have not been able in all the testing, to find the source of the cramping. He feels okay except for that. I am wondering if the fever and cramping are related.

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