Hello Alicia!!! Welcome to the forum sis.
More important than the fever is what is causing it. Lupus can cause chronic fevers, but your doc really should be part of determining what is causing the fever and how to manage it and other symptoms.
If you have reason to think you have lupus, you will probably be best to see a rheumatologist because lupus can be difficult to diagnose and most pcp's are not trained to do the sleuthing required to dx this one.
Tell us a little more about
your symptoms and your progress with your current doctors.
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