Have you noticed that things you used to find interesting are now less interesting or exciting? This could indicate a new underlying depression
or mood disturbance. Have you noticed that you are craving alcohol and that this may be a trigger for your aggression and agitation. Sometimes your body can react negatively after stopping alcohol, and is called delirium tremens, although this sounds like it has gone on for a while. Do the fevers come at certain times such as a night, and do you have any significant sweating associated with them? This could be a sign of an underlying cancer or malignancy. These are important questions to consider and the answers to these, along with your medical history and presenting symptoms will help your primary care doctor
decide upon the appropriate work up and possible treatment options available. He or she may decide that a referral to a specialist would be necessary if deemed medically appropriate.Because of these episodes that you are having, it is important that you be evaluated because there are a variety of psychosocial reasons that you may be having these issues and there are a variety of medications that may be helpful in improving your mood and decreasing the aggression. Also, these medications may help with your fatigue and confusion episodes as well. Please talk to your doctor soon.