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Chills And Tingling
Just finished a vegetable/fruit juice (fresh, unpasteurized) cleanse. I had fever, chills, hand tingling-numbess, vomiting last night. Food poisoning?
Probably: Please get with your physician if this continues. Just because fruits and vegetables are "natural" doesn't mean they were grown or prepared under conditions of even basic sanitation. I'm sorry this happened. ...Read more
Having these symptoms for three days - Nausea, chills and tingling of the lips, loss of appetite, fatigue, and abdominal pain. Any thoughts?
Get checked: As it turns out I would suggest a full history and physical by your doctor to provide you the best information. Online work up of this complaint will not be definitive. ...Read more
Is it something w/ nerve endings that causes chills, tingling sensation throughout head & body when excited or skin is rubbed/massaged? Is it normal?
I understand your concern.
Your symptoms are likely due to stress in your life.
At age 36, stresses of relationship, marriage, separation, parenting, unresolved feelings of worry, fear, hurt, resentment; work and finances can cause Anxiety with physical symptoms.
This is not normal; it indicates need to see a Psychiatrist for Diagnosis and Therapy.
Do Breathing Relaxation, Yoga and Meditation. ...Read more
I feel like throwing up, I have the chills, and a tingling below my lip. What could this possible be?
What could be wrong if you have profuse sweating followed by chills and a tingling feeling throughout body then get very sleepy also experience some nausea
These symptoms are very non-specific. You may be dealing with an infectious process which is causing fever, chills, fatigue, and nausea. If you are still having these symptoms I recommend you see your doctor for a complete history, physical, and diagnostic testing as deemed necessary.
Best of luck. ...Read more
Hello, I have hardware on my spine, the screws are coming out. Now i'am in unbearable pain. I got the chills, my legs are tingling sore kind of.?
See your surgeon: The symptoms you describe indicate that you should see the surgeon that did your spine surgery as soon as possible. If the screws erode through the skin they will become infected if they are'nt already. The tingling in your legs might indicate nerve inflammation from the displaced screws or plate. ...Read more
Symptoms I have but cant find out the cause most probably caught by close contact or saliva, low grade fever from 36.9 to 37.4 for 8 days, with slight flu & post nasal dr in front 4 days, slight chills 8 days. Nerves tingling whole body, slight tired?
I get a good tingling, chills sensation from head to toe when I'm excited or my skin is rubbed, like my nerve endings are stimulated. Is that normal?
Tingling: Good thing and not abnormal. Some people have a more sensitive sensory system. All the best. ...Read more
I have been experiencing these symptoms: muscle & bone pains, muscle twitches, blurred vision, fever headaches, chills, tingling sensations & rashes.
Uncomfortable!: This could be viral, but some of the symptoms would not be typical. Consider getting checked. ...Read more
Weakness, chest pain, lightheadedness, muscle pain, chills, tingling limbs, headaches, nausea, lightheaded, rapid heartbeat on movement, palps. Cause?
Stress reaction: Your symptoms may be related to a heart issue but due to your age and unknown other medical history, this is less likely. There are also many other causes that may produce these symptoms like stress reaction or anxiety. However the latter causes are not serious, thus it is important that if these symptoms persist that you seek out medical attention to further identify the cause. ...Read more
Chills. Tingling feeling down arms. Nausea. Dizziness. Lightheaded. Normal echo, ekg, stress test and blood work? Panic attack or heart? Help please?
Les Lilly heart: Please follow up with your pcp as you have already had your basic cardiac work up which appears to be negative. ...Read more
Many symptoms lately. One is tingling. Starts on left side of face & moves down to my hand. Like chills but not creepy. Dr says not neuro. Any thought?
I have been experincing numbness in my right foot and I'm trying to determine if I'm feeling tingling or chills in my left upper part of my leg.?
Numbness: You may have an impingement of your nerves (sciatic) Seek help from a neurologist ...Read more
I keep randomly getting goosebumps/chills on my right leg and a little bit of tingling on my right arm only. When I'm not cold. Should I be concerned?
Not really.: Probably due to hyperventilation from anxiety or stress type things. But have your thyroid gland, blood sugar and blood chemistry checked to make sure nothing wrong in there. If you have any further queries click this --> https://www. Healthtap. Com/experts/12714048-dr-vahe-yetimyan ...Read more
I keep getting a tingling feeling on top of my head, scalp on the left side, kinda like chills running over it I have had it for the past two nights while walking at the walking track, but then while ago way laying in bed and on my laptop and it happened
Try to rub away:
strange feelings can be paresthesias, coming from nerves acting up due to pressure or a virus. The one we treat is H Zoster (shingles) but if that was happening you would feel painful bumps. I would massage the area and hope it doesn't come back. If it does, consult your PCP. ...Read more
Headache in right temple along with tingling on right side of face down legs and toes chills and on and off jaw pain?
Needs brain imaging:
Your presentation of symptoms really requires a neurological workup with imaging studies (preferably MRI with gadolinium contrast), blood chemistries, and just a real tight history of when all this started, how it evolved, and if anything sort of funky, odd, or interesting has ever happened before "when you weren't watching." If you'd like you may write me at:
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I have a question about what could be wrong with me I have ringing in my ears all the time, numbness and tingling in my legs and feet, nervousness, chills, upset stomache, socially withdrawn, jumpiness or easily startled, feeling from being distracted fro
Hello. I can't diagnose your symptoms. However, just reading some of the description makes me wonder if you are a combat veteran or if you have had a head injury.
Post traumatic stress can present with becoming easily startled (increased startle reflex) especially with loud and unexpected noises. Jumpiness can come from being in a frequent fight or flight state (ready to jump into action to protect oneself). This is from dysregulation of the autonomic nervous system. Upset stomach can also be caused by this.
Feeling emotionally numb with detachment from loved ones is common.
There can be difficulty falling asleep due to painful ruminations and memories of traumatic events. If someone has nightmares they might be afraid to fall asleep. Additionally, if someone has been in a combat environment, the enemy often strikes at night, so the brain gets used to sleeping lightly or sleeping little. There can be awakening from nightmares (even if they aren't recalled). Often with either a traumatic brain injury or with post traumatic stress disorder, there are sleep disturbances which can include restless leg syndrome. Restless legs can make it very difficult to fall asleep. Ringing in the ears (tinnitus) occurs frequently after traumatic brain injuries. The lack of ambition can result from depression or because a person develops a foreshortened sense of the future (ie. I will never be happy again. My career will fail. Etc.) loss of touch with reality is dissassociation. It is a defense mechanism used by the brain to take you away from something that is very emotionally upsetting. It can be quite dangerous. For instance, if you are driving a car and are dissassociated - you are not able to pay attention to the road. Depression can also leach all the joy from life. Strip you of energy and motivation. I am most concerned by your suicidal thoughts. Your symptoms are treatable. Your quality of life can improve. Please don't give up hope. If you have a suicidal plan and an urge to act on it, you need to get emergecy help. Think of how devastated your children would be without you.
As I said earlier, I can't diagnose you. But I do recommend that you obtain a psychiatric evaluation. Symptoms of possible depression, post traumatic stress and possible head trauma can be explored. You had the courage to write in and ask about this. The next step is to muster your courage to be evaluated. Your life can be better. Take care. God bless. ...Read more
My ankle got hurt and my ankle hurt for three days and the fourth day it develops feeling cold but warm to touch and tingling what can it mean?
Continue to monitor: There are many possibilities including the direct mechanical trauma, muscle sprain, ligament/tendon injury, etc. If they symptoms persist or get worse, see your physician for a full evaluation including physical examination. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ankleinjuriesanddisorders. Html ...Read more
I have a tingling sensation in my vagina after when I wee : (it burns inside vagina hole and pulsates, feeling cold tingling sensation in my body to?
Been diagnosed with A UTI. Been getting cold hands and feet. All ops been fine at walk in centre but been getting chest pain and difficulty breathing on left and centre of chest anf tingling. ECG, X-Ray and bloods fine. Feeling cold synptoms
Exam, labs EKG norma: Sounds like a cold to me. Time will tell. ...Read more
Many things.: Chills and rigor are synonyms and are seen due to the release and action of cytokines and prostaglandins as part of the immune response which also increase the body's set temperature in the hypothalamus. The person then feels cold in its environment and has chills. These are caused by influenza, tonsillitis, pneumonia, biliary sepsis, pyelonephritis, abscess, malaria, amphotericin b, and others. ...Read more
Treat the fever: Usually chills are a result of a fever. This fever is usually greater than 100.4 to 101. Although you can often treat chills by treating a fever it is important not to ignore that a high fever can indicate severe illness. During illnesses that are associated with high fevers it is also important to maintain hydration. Always see your doctor if a fever lasts more than 4 days. There are other cause. ...Read more
Chills: The major circumstances in which chills occur are as an accompaniment to fever and after exposure to a cold environment. They are one of the body's mechanism for increasing body temperature when the hypothalamic "thermostat" has been set higher. The muscle activity of chilling generates heat. ...Read more