I had fever from January to April, about 101-102 F. I have ear thermometer. Somehow I thought that the temperature was in my brain, because I hadn't temperature from skin. On April I had TIA, and I asked for phosholipide-antibodies tested. (My grandmother had had lupus.) Because I have some symptoms. ACl was high 91 (should be under 15). Then in June I went to rheumatologist who said I have UCTD and he tested again. Acl was high again after 14 weeks. I have had also three miscarriages. Four years ago there were many MS symptoms and they took MRI but there were not demyelinisation so it was not MS. Also they found anything from spinal liquid. Can this fever be connected somehow to APS or vain infection or something like that in the brain, even MRI was clear four years ago? Blood tests are also ok. I have lots of memory problems, fogginess, fatique, nubness and so on. Would it be good to ask MRI again, though I think they won't do it (expensive)? Have you had fever connected to APS?
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