fatigue fever

fa·tigue fe·ver

an elevation of the body temperature, lasting sometimes several days, after excessive and long continued muscular exertion.

fa·tigue fe·ver

(fă-tēg' fē'vĕr)
A benign fever and muscle pain caused by accumulation of metabolites following overexertion.

fa·tigue fe·ver

(fă-tēg' fē'vĕr)
Elevation of the body temperature, lasting sometimes several days, after excessive and long-continued muscular exertion.