2. Running a fever

Fever has so many possible sources that the diagnosis sometimes poses problems for medics. Babesiosis is one of the more uncommon of these causes, but it might happen. The fact that this symptom does not immediately appear also makes it harder to find the connection immediately. Medical records show that someone who gets this infection might develop a fever after a week or so passes, yet in other cases, the fever only starts a month later. It might even develop several months later, or even longer than this is a few cases.

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