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Can be circulation.: This can be due to circulation difficulty, or it might be a symptom of hypothyroidism or vasculitis. There are vasospastic disorders, like raynaud's phenominon, that are triggered by cold exposure, with blanching, cyanosis, and redness, so the extremities must be kept warm. It would be a good idea to keep your feet warm anyway. It would be wise at this point to see your doctor and get tested. ...Read more
In bathroom, heated floor, drying hair, husband in hot shower. 25 weeks pregnant. Hot - can I overheat?
Not likely: Unless, of course, you spend a long time in the bathroom. Use a thermometer, the temperatire should not be more than 99 degrees farenheit. ...Read more
Infection: These symptoms are the beginnings of an infection and usually mean a fever is on its way. Most commonly it's a viral illness with sore throat, dry cough and/or diarrhea following.. Keep your resistance high with rest and fluids. Tylenol (acetaminophen) type medications often help moderate these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See doctor...: It sounds like you have an infection of some sort. See your doctor to get diagnosed and treated. If you have shortness of breath, go to the er asap. Possible diagnoses include acute bronchitis, pneumonia or even tb, depending on other symptoms present and the result of tests like lab work, chest x-ray, etc. See your doctor asap! ...Read more
Are warm showers as therapeutic as hot showers because really hot showers make me feel suffocated?
Yes: Really hot showers can actually be dangerous if you are pregnant or have blood pressure problems. They can cause your skin blood vessels to dilate to try and cool you down. This will divert blood from your brain to your skin and can make you dizzy to the extent that you might faint. The main therapeutic effects of hot showers are that they make you feel better, so do what works for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Cold weather does not make you sick, but it may seem so as there always seems to be something going "around" in winter. The exception might be babies who have respiratory problems such as asthma, where breathing cold air might trigger an episode. Also, breathing cold air makes your nose "runny" not because you are sick, but, the nose has to create moisture when the air is cold and dry. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
There are a number: of fainting disorders related to autonomic dysfunction that could be exacerbated by sudden changes in temperature. You need to be evaluated by a health care professional familiar with autonomic dysfunction. Cardiology, Electrophysiology). A Tilt Table test might be useful in your diagnosis and management. ...Read more
Profuse sweating of armpits runs down body even when not active feet sweat profusely too always drenched help!
Since childhood, always too hot, always thirsty, overheat easily. Endocrine & thyroid checked and ok, & no diabetes. Normal temp 98.1. Why feel hot?
DI or adrenals: Check on renal urinary concentrating ability. Also check on adrenals functioning. ...Read more
Dizzy tired depressed axious hot in air coditioned area confused can't focus nor pay attention sleepiness feeling thirsty yet I already drink water?
Wow: You have lots of problems and it sounds as though it could be serious. I can think of many different conditions which could cause your symptoms, from infectious to metabolic to hormonal. I don't know how long you have had these problems, but why not go to the doctor and get checked our? Before you get worse, okay? Best wishes to you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Usually not...: It's possible for anyone to catch a cold, especially in the winter months, but that is not related to being in cold air or playing outside building a snowman. Colds are caused by a variety of viruses. In a few cases, cold temperature can kill a person (if one gets lost in the woods while skiing, if one falls into the cold ocean, etc...). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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