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Chills And Shaking Without Fever
Chills may occur at the beginning of an infection and are usually associated with a fever. Chills are caused by rapid muscle contraction and relaxation, and are the body's way of generating heat when it feels that it is cold. Chills often predict the coming of a fever, or an increase in ...Read more
My husband had un controllable chills last night, but no fever and he wasn't cold to the touch. He couldn't stop whole body from shaking. ?
Chills: These are often related to the differential temperatures between the individual and the ambient atmosphere temp. Sometimes the stimulus from the area of the brain (hypothalamus) that serves as the body thermostat creates chilling to increase the body temp by muscular activity and he may have developed fever later after the chills. Need more info for more advice. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I had shaking chills last. Happened a couple of weeks ago too. I slept it off both times. No fever tho. Should I worry about infection?
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My husband has had cold chills, a high fever, shaking and numbness all over with a deep cough. Is there something he can take? He has had broccidis many times before
High : High fever and chills are worrisome for a serious infection (bacterial or viral). He could have bronchitis again or even pneumonia or the flu. The only way to be sure is to seek out medical care. It is possible that he may need antibiotics if he has a bacterial infection. By the date of this post almost a week has passed, hopefully he has improved or has seen a doctor by now. If not, he should go right away. Take care. ...Read moreGet help now ›
My normal oral temp is 35.8 to36.5celcius.if my ear temp is 37do I have a fever.have shaking chills too.
If you are having : "shaking chills" then there's a good possibility you may have a fever. see your doctor soon. if the oral or tympanic temperature is felt to be inaccurate then often times a rectal temperature will be checked. ...Read moreGet help now ›
My husband just woke up coughing and then the uncontrollable shaking began and now he is vomiting no fever, no chills, has COPD , is 48?
SEE MD NOW: Can't tell here, but with COPD he is at increased risk for pneumonia, as well as other problems; vomiting and uncontrollable shaking is worrisome sign; may be viral or bacterial infection. SEE MD NOW ...Read moreGet help now ›
For five days I have gotten hives in the evening followed by chills, shaking then sweating. I do not have a fever. ?
See Doctor: Hmmm. That is an unusual combination. The chills/shakes/sweats suggest an infectious process, even w/o noticeable fever, but the hives suggest an allergic reaction. It is possible you are mis-identifying the "hives, " and should be examined to see what is going on. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Husband 62 w/fever 102.5 & shaking chills, urgency/frequency now gone;has high urine WBC but no growth; LLQ mild pain 1 mo ago; base Creat 1.1-1.2?
Pyelonephritis?: Take your husband to an ER immediately. Do not wait. Hope he gets better soon. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Viral acute bronchitis visit to urgent care 2 days ago given breathing trtmnt & sent home w/ meds. Developed 103°F fever, shaking chills, nt sweats, w/ worse cough & short of breath. Is it pneumonia?
Probably infection: If the urgent care center didnt perform a rapid flu test, you should get one for prompt treatment that would be helpful. if test is negative, chest xray should be helpful to rule out pneumonia. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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