I had a viral fever six years back. I had a very high temperature of 105, bad cough, also hallucinations. I was seen in the hospital by a CDC doctor and was told I needed to see him a month after I got out of the hospital. I saw him and asked him what I had, and got no answer what so ever, I was still feeling pretty bad. Later that year I had my left knee replaced, and other than some side effects from the anesthetic everything went well. I had some slight balance problems, and a slight tremor in my right hand for about three years before the virus. I went to a neurologist and was told it was nothing. Last month I had my right knee replaced, and within a few days I had a severe tremor in right hand, weakness on the right side of my body, and was dragging my right foot, and severe speech problems. My wife took me to ER as she thought I was having a stroke. I was in the hospital three days, and was told it was stress and was given a script for CARB or LEVO ER 25/100, told to make an appointment with a psychologist, and motion specialists. I was able to see a motion specialist, and was diagnosed with Parkinsonian features affecting balance, gait, aphasia, apraxia, and was told this was brought about by the virus I had six years back more than likely. I get a fairly good response from the medication once it kicks in. I have some pain in my joints, and suffer a low-temperature fever about three nights a week, and have been getting speech therapy two times a week. I can no longer work and wonder if you have any experience with this. I have had MRIs and DAT scans which are normal.