I have had a low grade fever for about 6 weeks now. I treat the fever with Tylenol. If untreated, I ache all over and become very weak. Like to the point where I can barely brush my teeth. BTW: I have had fevers since I was diagnosed in 2002. The fevers always went away early on in the illness when I was treated with an antibiotic. My doctor no longer gives me antibiotics. I was told by a doctor at Dartmouth that he thought the reason I felt so much better when I was on antibiotics was because of their anti-inflamatory effects. OK. But then, why do I not feel better if I am on Lodine, or Ibuprofren, which I take daily? Am I crazy to still feel that this illness is viral/bacteria based? My son and I both got ill in 2001 after a terrible flu we both had. Also, I had a seizure yesterday. I had many sezures early on. Had a full neurological work-up at Dartmouth. Nothing showed up. However, I had a seizure when they used the strobe light at the end of an EEG! No explaination. They just took me back to my room and closed the curtains! I have since learned to avoid bright lights, crowds, confusing situations etc to minimize the seizures. They seem to be brough on by overstimulation...like at large airports. (have had a seizure at O'Hare!) Also, pople who try to visit and just talk and talk...well, it does the same thing. I need quiet! Does anyone else have seizures brought on by overstimulation or other causes? Has anyone gotten a good answer from a doctor as to why they happen? Lastly, is there anyone else out there with low grade fevers? Do you find them debilitating? HELP!!!! I am crashing again after about 5 good months. It is so distressing and I am scared.