The Cause Is Often Fever Almost Every Day?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Fever is actually a nonspecific complaint, and can be said if it occurs in adults, it is actually most often a mild condition, in the form of a viral or bacterial infection which generally does not last more than a week.
But in your case, if it is true that the fever lasts almost every day for a month, and it is accompanied by other symptoms that have lasted for about a month as well, there may be serious conditions that need to be treated, such as:
Fever of Unknown Origin (FUO)
Tumor or malignancy
Our advice, you should do a thorough examination on the doctor of internal medicine, by telling how this started, what symptoms first appeared and what are you feeling lately, how about your family or household if anyone has experienced similar complaints, and etcetera. Your doctor may later conduct a supplementary examination in the form of blood tests, X-rays or ultrasound to further narrow the possibility, and your treatment will be adjusted to the results of the examination.
Because the complaint isn't specific, there's actually nothing special you can do. Just maintain a healthy lifestyle to help your immune system strengthen. Maintain ideal body weight, avoid cigarettes and alcohol, increase consumption of meat, vegetables and fruit, get enough rest, multiply drinking water, eat regularly, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.