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Dr. Ronda Dennis-Smithart
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Chills (Definition)

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


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Sudden sharp lwr r back pain+lwr r abdomen, chills, nausea, vomiting, sometimes fever, can't walk, lost appetite, can't sleep. What can this be? What to do?

Sudden sharp lwr r back pain+lwr r abdomen, chills, nausea, vomiting, sometimes fever, can't walk, lost appetite, can't sleep. What can this be? What to do?

Sounds infectious: Your symptoms sound consistent with some type of infection which may involve the urinary tract or may involve other structures in the pelvis. An entity known as pelvic inflammatory disease is also possible. If you are or have been sexually active in the past few days or few weeks then, a full examination of the female organs should be undertaken. ...Read more

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All the girls and i that used the water bottles in hockey have same symptoms. Ear ache, sore throat, bodyache, chills, nausea, but NO FEVER. Help?

All the girls and i that used the water bottles in hockey have same symptoms. Ear ache, sore throat, bodyache, chills, nausea, but NO FEVER. Help?

If you're under 16yr: Thanks for your interest in HealthTap. Your question might not get answered if you are under age 16 years and writing your own questions. Have a trusted adult or parent submit your questions, using your account to ask about your concerns. There are many pediatricians on HealthTap with a great deal of expertise, but they look for questions submitted by adults on behalf of teens or younger children. ...Read more

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Every night I suffer nausea, chills or fever with out temperature, shakes and gas. But it's only at night?

Every night I suffer nausea, chills or fever with out temperature, shakes and gas. But it's only at night?

Concerning: Those are symptoms that definitely raise concern. Recurrent chills and sweats raise concern on a number of topics. Rather than list a bunch of possibilities which will be impossible to narrow down in this forum I am going to say a visit to a good primary care doctor is in order. Important things to look for are fatigue, weight loss, poor appetite, muscle aches, enlarged glands, rashes, or cough. ...Read more

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I had csection 1 month ago 3 days ago got extreamly painful lump above csection on right chills possible fever nausea what could it be?

I had csection 1 month ago 3 days ago got extreamly painful lump above csection on right chills possible fever nausea what could it be?

See your doctor: Infection with abscess formation as well as a collection of blood (hematoma) or serum (seroma) all can present in this way. Please see your doctor to be evaluated. ...Read more

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I feel like dizziness is getting worse. It was slight now its minor. I recently had aches nausea and chills. No fever though. Im 16. Should i see doc?

I feel like dizziness is getting worse. It was slight now its minor. I recently had aches nausea and chills. No fever though. Im 16. Should i see doc?

Yes: Yes you should see your doctor. Increasing dizziness could be a symptom of something serious. The cause may not always be able to be diagnosed, but it is not something that you should ignore. ...Read more

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My husband has nausea, chills, fever,headache,and really bad cough what might he have?

My husband has nausea, chills, fever,headache,and really bad cough what might he have?

Many but: my bet is that he is having a viral infection. However if the cough keeps him up at night or the symptoms get worse by the day, you need to get him to a doctor. In the meanwhile, make sure that he does not get dehydrated. (If he has not had flu shot this year, he may well have the flu and an antiviral drug given within the 1st 48 hrs of onset may shorten the duration of his illness). ...Read more

Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

Fever is the temporary increase in the body's temperature in response to some disease or illness. A child has a fever when the temperature is at or above one of ...Read more


Dr. Stephen Noga
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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea is the sensation of having ...Read more