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Excessive Nose Sweating
Could be diabetes: - with the classic "three "p"s present. Polydipsia, polyphagia, polyuria. Do you have a an appetite and consume large quantities of food and still are losing weight? Are you urinating very frequently? Of course other conditions can cause xerostomia, weight loss, and fatigue. So the best approach is to see a pcp and have a workup. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Salty, thick, excessive saliva, trouble swallowing, breathing struggles, excessive sweating on neck and back, foggy headed, blurred vision, etc?
Breathing struggles?: Anytime you have to struggle to breathe, you should go to the emergency room for evaluation and treatment. Call 911 if necessary. ...Read more
Excessively itchy ears nose and throat with a dry gagging cough cough triggered by normal breathing ?
See below: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor. What you described is suggestive of allergy. Depending on the cause of your allergy, it is likely that an effective treatment is available. 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. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible infection: Bloodshot eyes can be from many causes, the most common including infection and dry eyes. Dry eyes and dry mouth (sticky thick saliva) can sometimes be caused by internal medical conditions like some autoimmune diseases; the diarrhea and breathing difficulties may or may not be related. In any case, you should see your eye doctor and you primary care doctor ASAP about these symptoms. ...Read more
Hyperhidrosis: When excessive sweating affects the hands, feet, and armpits, it's called primary or focal hyperhidrosis. Primary hyperhidrosis affects 2 - 3% of the population, yet less than 40% of patients with this condition seek medical advice. In the majority of primary hyperhidrosis cases, no cause can be found. It seems to run in families. It can also occur from medical condition. See your doctor for a dx. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Symptoms : Tickle in throat cough, excessive phlegm. Excessive eye mucus & very red eyes. Lethargic & some headache. No fever. Nasal passages clear.
Allergies: seem the most likely cause . Most common are cat or dog hair, dust mites, mold, seasonal plants ,weeds or trees. Please check with an allergist near you since there are different allergies geographically. Get well. ...Read more
What can cause sweating allot all of a sudden with dizziness and headaces I'm sweating allot lately?
Viral URI: I would worry about infectious disease first. Do you have any other flu-like symptoms of cough, runny nose, stuffy nose, rash, sore throat, nausea or vomiting or diarrhea? Upper respiratory infections with viruses can cause sweating, headaches, and dizziness. Are you eating regularly? If your symptoms continue, it would be best to visit your local physician for evaluation. ...Read more
I am experiencing excessive sweating from my head and face which has become very embarrassing in social situations what can I do to make it stop?
Excessive sweating of a toddler while at sleep. and cold to touch, starting from his head down to back. what's the real problem?
Sweating at night: Children's heads have a large surface area and they sweat to dissipate heat. If he is an active sleeper and wears a one-piece sleeper, is covered with a blanket, he may be sweating from the heat generated by his moving around. His head would have the most sweat then. If he is completely normal otherwise, it is not a problem. Double check that with your pediatrician next time you see him/her. ...Read more
How do I stop excessive sweating? Im not overweight but i sweat a lot. Underarms, hands, chest, face, back and other areas even my head. Help
Im excessive sweating. Can anything be done to help relieve it? Im type1 and on dialysis. Sweats happen all times of the day/night hot or cold. From head neck shoulder and around my legs. More so when i start chewing
I have excessive sweating of the face and head, i was diagnosed with underactive thyroid last month, could this cause the sweating? Any other ideas?
No: Under active thyroid will not cause this. ...Read more
Can kidney disease or low cortisol levels cause excessive sweating of the face & scalp/head? It happens even in cold weather. Any ideas?
Yes: In some associated way yes you can get these symptoms from low cortisol and kidney dysfunction. ...Read more
Excessive sweating of the face and head. I have underactive thyroid and kidney disease. What could cause this sweating only on my face and head?
Hormone excess?: Face and head sweating is more common in women that are taking hormones. It can be from excess sympathetic tone or from volume changes being monitored by internal pressure receptors as might be your case with renal disease. Check hormone levels and consult with your nephrologist or endocrinologist. This link may help but is complicated http://jap.Physiology.Org/content/100/5/1692.Long. ...Read more
Hasinmoto's 15 years. Synthroid (thyroxine) 20 years 175 mcu.Low cortisol 1.2. Severe sweating head & neck, cold hands, cold feet, excessive bruising. What to do?
My 2yo sweats excessively (head/back) after running around & when he falls asleep. His head is literally soaked. Any cause for concern?
Not necessarily: The head of a kid that age is a relatively large part of their body surface area and an easy portal to discard heat/sweat after running around. If the kid is robust, engaging in vigorous play,feeding well and growing normally I would have little concern.If he has only brief active periods followed by prolonged rest, I would want him evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sweating: Persistent sweating around the head and neck, if not explainable by environmental factors or the taking of medication like Tylenol, is seen in infections, certain malignancies, some blood dyscrasias and thyroid overactivity. If fevers are also occurring, this would also point to infection or inflammatory processes. Your pediatrician would perform an examination and order appropriate tests. ...Read more
I am a 30 year old female & over the past 6 months have noticed my hair noticeably thinning & my head sweats excessively. Can this be a tyroid issue?
What besides thyroid can cause light head fluttering in chest hot an cold sweats an excess tiredness? I'm on Med for low tsh.
Check thyroid first: B"sd If being on a med for "low TSH" means treatment with an antithyroid drug for hyperthyroidism, then the first concern is your thyroid status as this requires frequent monitoring. Thyroid function will change depending on the dose and effectiveness of the medication and the course of the underlying thryoid disease. Challenging even for the best of us endocrine specialists - contact yours! ...Read more
I was wondering if there's any medication to prevent sweating on the nose such as prescribed deodorant ?
I have 99.0 i go from hot to cold sweating to freezin and im like really tired have a headace and i stuffy nose and I'm coughing, hard to breath?
Viral illness but...: You have a viral infection; it might be influenza though usually one has a much higher fever with the flu. The only symptom that sounds serious is difficulty breathing. This is probably viral bronchitis but you may have asthmatic bronchitis or a secondary pneumonia so please see a Dr. today to evaluate. For the viral infection: rest, fluids and Umcka, an herbal medicine proven to help bronchitis. ...Read more
My 4 month has fever and diahreah and runny nose and is sweating. Is it a common cold or teething?
Maybe: I can be hard to determine the exact cause of an infants symptoms... It might be related to teething or it might be a cold. Please monitor your child closely and give palliative care: 1. Cold compresses 2. Children's tylenol (acetaminophen) per the label's directions. 3. Maintain hydration, plain water is ok. 4. Call your pediatrician if the fever increases or persists for more than 3 days. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 6 month old daughter is sweating a lot in her sleep and she keeps getting a runny nose does this have anything to do with each other. I?
Causes of my nose and top of ears intermittent flushing? No sweating.Triggers hunger, spicy food, any alcohol, bowel movemt., sometimes nothing at all
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