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Multiple ways: There might be a few reasons for the sensitivity. First, upper molars can react this way if you have severe allergies or sinus infections. Second, if there are old, failing fillings in the teeth, you may have decay under them requiring removal of the filling and decay and filling replacement or crowns. In addition, if you have had gum problems in the past, you may have exposed roots causing this. ...Read more
Not temp: It's a good question. Many bacterially affected food can be made safe by high temperature. Not so for prion infected meat. This means that whether cold or hot, badly prion infected meat cannot be made safe by heating. The good news is that prion-dangerous beef is exceedingly rare, whether processed or butchered. ...Read more
If I take my infant daughter 4 a hike during winter (canada), how to make sure she isn't too cold/hot?
Hypothermia develops when a child's temperature falls below normal due to exposure to colder temperatures. It often happens when a youngster is playing outdoors in extremely cold weather without wearing proper clothing or when clothes get wet. It can occur more quickly in children than in adults.
Aap recommends several thin layers will keep them dry and warm. Don’t forget warm boots, gl. ...Read more
It's a mild fever: Think of being hot-cold-hot-cold (but without a high reading on the thermometer) as having a mild fever. When feeling hot, the body is wanting to cool off (the brain is telling you that you are hotter than the brain wants you to be). When feeling cold, the body is wanting to get warmer and maybe have a fever (the brain is telling you that it wants you to be hotter, maybe even feverishly hotter). ...Read more
Should I be worried about a deep filling still hurting at cold/hot temperatures or after I chew gum? It's been a month. I floss daily to help it heal.
Yes: There could be a number of reasons for your tooth still hurting. Since you stated that the filling was deep, the pulp could be irreversibly inflamed. If that is the case, it would require rot canal therapy. However, there could be other reasons, such as the occlusion being high. I would suggest going back to your dentist and have him/her evaluated the situation. ...Read more
My face is red all the time, but its worse when the weather is cold, hot, when I feel something emotionally. I think my skin is thin. I can send you a pic.
Rosacea: If you only have redness of your face and no pimples you can use a new cream called Mirvaso, which is available only with a prescription. It only helps the redness as long as you are using it. Other treatments that maybe more permanent include the pulsed dye laser and intense pulsed light treatment. ...Read more
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What to do if I am feeling nauseous, dizzy, cold/hot, weird headaches, weak, off and on for 3 weeks?
That's easy: Three weeks! Time to see your doctor. Be sure to bring list of your symptoms as you might forget to tell them everything. 90 percent of medicine is the history. They will give you a good look and ask other questions. Likely they will order at least some some blood tests too. Lots of good diagnosticians in and around chicago. ...Read more
I have a mild headache that won't go away yesterday I was shivering and cold now I go from hot to cold hot cold what can I do? Could it be dengue?
Had back to back flu in Feb. Ever since, cannot get comfortable at any temperature. Too hot or too cold. Hot and cold at same time. Sweat and shiver.
Exam/testing: I strongly suggest a repeat exam and blood testing. ...Read more
What is this? If I take a warm, cold, hot bath, when I get out an look into the mirror. I get really really dizzy and fall...What is this? Every time
Have your BP checked:
Your blood pressure perhaps may be dropping when you're taking a shower and when you suddenly stand up.
Have someone check your blood pressure on a lying position, then 5 minutes later on an upright position.
If there's a drop in either systolic or diastolic pressure by 10-15 mm hg, you could have orthostatic hypotension.
Go see your dr for a thorough exam. ...Read more
I had a root canal 2days ago. Still lot pain. My concerne is that I feel exectly the same way - cold... Hot... When touchs my tooth hurts really bad.?
Multiple causes?: It is possible that (1) the root canal treatment is not fully completed. (2) it is "completed" but a canal was "missed" and a nerve is still signaling hot / cold sensitivities. (3) you had two teeth in need of therapy and only one was treated. (4) the wrong tooth was treated. If your dentist (specialist or g.P. Is unable to determine the cause, get a second opinion from an endodontist. ...Read more
Decay or other: Decay can lead to sense from hot/cold but you can have decay and not have the sense as well. Another possibility is you may have a necrotic (dead) tooth that is causing inflammatoin and pain is derived from the bone. Tooth would need a root canal if that were the case. See your dentist for care. ...Read more
Is it possible to develop septic shock or another infection after inserting a cold hot dog into the rectum? We already did it. Just curious.
A hot dog is not likely to convey infection, especially if you cook it before using.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
I have painful sudden bruies om mylegs and thighs and I am easly bruised, feeling cold, hot flushes and headaches?
Need more info: Sounds like you need a check up and some blood tests asap. ...Read more
Is it normal to get strong headaches when being in cold/hot weather? I get this sensation/feeling of my brain over heating or being cold.
Not your brain: Your brain is well-insulated from outside temperatures. More importantly, though, extremes of temperature could be triggering your headaches. Keep a journal of when your headaches occur, trying to identify your headache triggers. Also remember to stay well-hydrated, as dehydration plays some role in up to 60% of headaches. See your neurologist, and good luck! ...Read more
2 years ago I had severe vertigo, right after I lost a lot of feeling in the left leg and arm. Cold/hot sensations to the skin very painful.
Please see: Please see your neurologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
C diff. Should I be worried if diaherra stops and can't make a bowl movement? When should I see improvements? How many days on med? Cold-hot chills
Reculture: It sounds like you are on the mend. See your doctor for a reculture to see if you are over the infection. ...Read more
My entire life, my left arm has given me very uncomfortable feelings. It'll feel heavy, restless, fatigue, immobile, cold, hot, all at the same time.
Slamming breathtaking Cher pain off/on. Can't take deep breaLightheaded, nausea. Chills/cold/hot. Hurt across shoulder areas/top of chest to lift arms?
Needs Evaluation: Your symptoms of chest pain when you breathe in, along with the chills/fever and pain that's between your shoulders, arms and back are concerning for a possible infection such as a pneumonia that is irritating the diaphragm and a major nerve (the vagus nerve) that run through the areas described. The most important thing is to get evaluated now by a doctor before it gets worse. ...Read more
Hi I keep getting light headed cold hot flushes and keep throwing up im not diabetic any suggestions?
Lightheadedness: If vertigo rather than lightheadedness occurs I would suspect an inner ear or cerebellar disorder. However lightheadedness that is not vertigo combined with nausea and vomiting is suspicious of a primary stomach disorder like gastritis or virus. Avoid alcohol, caffeine, nicotine and eat a bland diet, drink adequate fluids and flat ginger ale. See your physician for referrals to specialist as needed. ...Read more
Podiatrist said I most likely don't have crps. Saw pm doctor and he said I mostly likely do. Have mild to mod. Burning (varies). Leg gets cold/hot.
Pain management: Specialist is concerned with the evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders like crps. The most common diagnostic tests for crps are: mri, x-rays, emg/ncv and bone density scan. History taken is the most important part for the diagnosis - 85%. Rec.: see interventional pain management specialist for final diagnosis. ...Read more
Last night I had tons of gas, weird itchy feeling in my left nipple, fell asleep and woke up 2 hours later feeling a cold hot sensation everywhere?
I am a teacher. After a simple tooth extraction, how many hours should I rest before teaching or testing (orally) again? When can I eat regular food again? I shouldn't use straws for how many days? How many days avoid cold/hot drinks & hot/spicy food?
Don'b be a hero: Take the day of surgery off from work. You need time for bleeding to stop, for the anesthesia to be metabolized, and to use cold compresses to minimize swelling. Follow your Dentist or Oral Surgeon's verbal and written instructions to the letter. Soft high-protein diet for a few days, then gradually titrate yourself back to your normal diet. For about a week avoid very hot, cold, spicy. ...Read more
Possibly: Obtain a hme pregnancy test. They become positive at about the time you'd be starting your next expected period. If it's negaive, repeat in 1 week. ...Read more
I have thick white creamy not clumping discharge/mucus. It had no odor and no irritation or pain. Lower cramp like back pain. Nausea. Cold&hot flashes
What feels like fever? Warm, sweat a lot. At night I sweat. Often cold sweat. Cold/hot. Nausea, swollen sometimes. I live with pain after old electric burn.
Fever: You need to get a reliable thermometer and begin taking your temperature every several hours and recording it along with your pulse. If you find that your body temperatures exceed 100 f you should definitely be seen by a doctor and thoroughly evaluated. It also might help to be seen by a pain specialist to deal with the prior burn issue. Go soon and be assessed and treated. ...Read more