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My son recently lost some weight and started severly head sweating when he sleeps. Could they be caused from same problem if so what?
Maybe : Only way to know for sure is to have him examined by his pediatrician. ...Read more
I have been having dizzy spells. Could this be related to my copd. It happens at rest also. I have also been having profuse head sweating.
COPD : Not sure what "dizzy" means-can be different things to different people. COPD can cause persons to feel light headed if their oxygen saturation is abnormal. These symptoms could be present both with exertion and at rest. Also if you tend to get anxious and hyperventilate-this too can lead to a dizzy/ light headed sensation. See your doctor and be as detailed as you can about these episodes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
9m old baby boy.head sweating while sleeping.it is there from inital months.what could be the reason.he is feesing and playing normallysometime snores?
Talk to doctor: Head sweating may be normal in a baby as he is doing well ..Sweating head during sleep in a baby and snoring may be because baby has to work more to keep the breathing going on .He should be checked up for snoring for any obstruction in nose or throat and may need heart checked up for any defect .Cpnsult your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should i go to ER if my glands are swollen a little feeling light headed sweating feel like my heart is beating fast feet and hands tingling and cold?
I will recommend : If the symptoms are new, to stay home hydrate yourself with water and gatorade. And if continue after 24hrs see a physician. If this is more chronic, still go a see a physician for a good history and physical. Ed were design to provide fast, life-or-limb-saving care. But if in doubt go to the nearest er. Only you can decide. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My brother's tumor is in his head (embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma). Is that why his head was sweating a lot?
No: Embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma is a very rare tumor of striated muscle that occurs at times in the spermatic cord, the vagina as sarcoma botroides and in the head and neck area of young children. It is not a tumor found in adults. The most common area is orbit and sinus cavities being sensitive to RT-chemo. It has nothing to do with sweating except if the chemo being given is causing the symptoms. ...Read more
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