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Help For Sweating Fever
Feeling hot: Or cold when sick is common but sweating it out is a myth ...Read more
My sisteras very bad back pains it is alway swollen she in a lot if pain we tryed everything i need help me please shehas be have these back problems for a long time she get a fever hot all the time sweating her back is always hard it dose not feel like
There : There are many causes of back pain. The most common causes are disk problems, degeneration, facet arthropathy, arthritis, etc. The presence of fever and sweating is more concerning for dangerous causes of back pain like infection or cancer. I would recommend her seeing a spine doctor or spine surgeon for workup of her back pain right away. Good luck! ...Read more
My boyfriend is cold yet hes sweating, i took his temperture and it was 96.3 fernheit so he doesn't have fever what can it be?
Depends: Is he on medication? Sweating may be a sign of many things, and you have not included enough information to get a credible answer. ...Read more
Fever is down to 99 , however i wake up during night having to change shirt bc I am sweating? Weird. Lost 6 pounds already too.
Hade a fever of 102 took two 200 mg iibuprofen and sweated for thirty minutes and my temperature went down to 98 is sweating normal?
Living: Yes. That is how your body gets rid of excess heat. ...Read more
I just traveled out of the country and have been running a fever since feb 29, n am sweating really really badly others i travled with are sick as well and my family became ill after i came home as well i was bit by three masqutoes i belive in aruba, im s
A : A fever and sweating (diaphoresis) in a patient with addison's disease is extremely concerning, especially since you have had international travel. You must be seen immediately and have your symptoms evaluated. You could have a serious infection and you may need additional treatment for your addison's. ...Read more
I am 45 with fever nausea sweating about same time everyday last for 10 to 20 min. What's going on?
Recurrent fevers: Fever is a temp >101.5f / 38.3c. If you're having recurrent fevers, you need a workup. The basic start is a good physical exam to direct workup, review of your medications for possible drug fevers, blood counts & chemistries, chest xray, urine analysis (if abnl a culture), blood cultures. If any of point to a source, further directed eval; no source further eval including TB test, hiv, ct..... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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