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Chills Without Fever At Night
What could be causing extreme fatigue, weakness, paleness, night sweats, chills, fever, feeling a lose of temperature control, bruising without reason?
Serious sx's: Nothing pleasant that I can think of. Have you been to a physician? If not, please do go for exam and evaluation. It could be numerous infections or autoimmune or even something as awful as malignancy, so please don't put that off. Take care. ...Read more
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
Chills, no fever: Certainly chills can occur without a fever, although it's not that common. I've seen this happen in my elderly folks especially - those who are 'weakened' or immunocompromised may have an abnormal immune response. Usually when chills occur, we will pile on blankets or start shivering to make a temp come up. That doesn't always happen though. Good to pay attention to a patient's symptoms however. ...Read more
Hi Dr. I am a 47 year old female who have been experiencing fever n chills at night for over ten years now. It comes on sudden and last for about 15ms?
Night sweats: Night sweats are usually associated with a problem. Infections like TB commonly cause night sweats and lymphoma can cause night sweats. Hormonal reasons too. i hope you can see a physician. ...Read more
I have had the the chills without a fever for about 2weeks. I'm also very tired. What could it be?
Multiple : Fatigue and chills can have numerous causes from relatively benign to more serious. Common causes are hormonal, nutritional, and medication side effect. See your doctor for proper evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
My boyfriend started having chills and a cough less than 24 hours ago. He says he feels both hot and cold and his fever felt high through the night. ?
Possibilities...: He could have acute bronchitis or even pneumonia based on those symptoms. Acute bronchitis symptoms include cough productive of discolored sputum, fever, chills, cold symptoms, body aches, shortness of breath, etc. Pneumonia symptoms are similar. He should be evaluated by his doctor to determine the correct diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not likely.: 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 with respect to its environment and so has chills. They happen, therefore, during a high fever. Rigor mortis is a condition after death where the limbs stiffen. ...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 more
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