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Body COLD to touch goosebumps hands purple. Neck up HOT to touch. Nausea. Blurry vision. Faintness. Took sugar salt water inhaler. 1hr better. WHAT?
Some thoughts...: When there are different temperatures to several parts of the body, along with nausea and faintness, one may be coming down with flu-like symptoms, which can be from the seasonal flu virus or other germs. Hormonal changes and/or blood sugar problems may also cause such symptoms. The question is a bit hard to interpret, but one can see a primary care doctor if symptoms are persistent or bothersome. ...Read more
Are thermal injuries resulting from extended exposure to the cold and humidity in predisposed individuals. The pathology results from freezing of capillaries in the skin. There is erythema, itching, and burring in those parts affected. In severe cases area can become blistered or ulcerated. With proper treatment affected areas can heal in 1-2 weeks. Chilblains are not ...Read more
Severe heat intolerance (discomfort, sweating at room temp.; comfortable at around freezing point in t-shirt--high cold tolerance), blood work normal.
I don't know: what you mean by blood work, but your thyroid level definitely needs to be checked, ...Read more
Faint like symptoms. Excessive sweating (under arms) purple/blue finger/toes. Exhaustion. Irritable?
After hot humid day, muscles skin and head aches. No thirst or hunger, blurred vision. Cold then hot. Restless sleep with heavy breathing.
?virus: These symptoms are consistent with an early viral infection which may localize to the respiratory or gastrointestinal tract in the next day or two. Keep your resistance up with rest,adequate fluid intake and use of Tylenol (acetaminophen) to relieve aches and pains or fever which often appears. See your physician if symptoms worsen instead of showing gradual improvement. ...Read more
Go to the doctor: This surely is not normal. It sounds to me like the very definition of when you go see your family physician. ...Read more
LtHead @stand up, skin cold/clammy w/exercise, hand+feet swell/[email protected],[email protected], random flushing, freq cold intol. Not 2/2 anx. NL ECG/Echo. What?
More testing : The next "round" of testing woyld include a 24hour heart monitor to rule out any arrythmia. A Full metabolic workup is necessary to exclude endocrine causes.( Cortisol, sugar, thyroid) A 24 hour urine should be done to rule out carcinoid and pheochromocytoma. Lastly a neurologic evaluation to rule out autonomic dysfunction. ...Read more
Warm head+neck feeling, also to the touch.No fever.Forehead+neck sweats. Feeling pressure in head+neck.Comes in pulses .Tolerate heat worse than othrs
Need more info: Hi, it is not clear what your question is. Please feel free to elaborate so we can better help you. ...Read more
Face feels hot, cold chills, tight throat, fatigue, upset stomach, diarrhea, shoulder/neck aches, brain fog, congestion, but no fever?
Rest.: Sounds like you have the flu. If it is viral, you may only have low grade fever or sometimes none at all. O to bed, take 650 mg of tylenol (acetaminophen) every 4 hours for the aches and pains, gargle with warm salt water, drink lots of fluids, chicken broth and just rest. Hopefully, it is just the one day flu. ...Read more
Cold and hot sweats. In bed spots on forearms,and body feels all heated up and kinda flushed face?
Any medicines: You're on? which can be a reaction, please see your doctor for evaluation ...Read more
Yes: A moist cloth at room temperature may aid in reducing fever, particularly if rubbed on the skin vigorously. But this is only a temporary expedient. There is seldom a need to reduce fever unless it is producing cardiovascular compromise or making the person feel unbearably uncomfortable. ...Read more