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I have cold?

I have cold?

Symptoms?: The most common symptoms of a cold are sneezing, running nose, congestion and scratchy throat. Additional symptoms can be coughing, headaches, mucus dripping down the back of the throat, loss of appetite and fever (in children). ...Read more

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I have cold?

I have cold?

Cold: Tips: sore throat – gargle with warm salt water (1/2 tsp salt in 8 oz of water). Get strep test/culture if very sore. Congestion – saline nose drops or netti pot. For anti-inflammatory effect & mobilizing mucus- homemade chicken noodle soup. Hydrate- lots of water/clear broth/ add honey & a small amt. Of lemon juice to chamomile tea.. Fever/ pain – Acetaminophen / nsaid’s rest! ...Read more

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I have had a chesty cough for 4 weeks now i am fatigued have hot and cold sweats and am so tired. Could i have pneumonia ?

I have had a chesty cough for 4 weeks now i am fatigued have hot and cold sweats and am so tired. Could i have pneumonia ?

Mgt: It is possible that you have an infection, including pneumonia. Other causes should be evaluated such as a chest mass, TB pulmonary infection,sinusuitis,asthma, bronchiectasis and cardiac causes. Please discuss having a TB test, chest radiograph and providing a sputum sample with your PCP. In the meantime, please check your temperature, rest and drink fluids. ...Read more

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I have been having chronic fatigue, headache, and cold chills?

I have been having chronic fatigue, headache, and cold chills?

Infection: This could be one of many possibilities and the only way in which it will be diagnosed is if you go and provide a full detailed history, undergo a physical exam and possibly some lab work. Good luck, and wish you better soon. ...Read more

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I am extremely tired and have 101 fever, no cold symptoms or sore throat, why fever?

I am extremely tired and have 101 fever, no cold symptoms or sore throat, why fever?

See a doctor: This could be one of dozens of things. You should not be running fevers and this needs detailed investigation if it has been present for any significant time period. If this has been there for over 10 days suggest seeing an infectious diseases expert. ...Read more

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Why am i always cold and frequently have chill bumps?

Why am i always cold and frequently have chill bumps?

A few possibilities: You may simply need to dress more warmly. If you always seem to be uncomfortably cold when others in the room are comfortable, you may have a problem with your thyroid which regulates energy use in your body. See your doctor if this has been going on for more than a few weeks. However, not everyone who has some cold intolerance has a thyroid problem. Be sure to check your temperature. ...Read more

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I have a cough, fatigue, mild fever, and runny nose. What do I have? Flu or cold?

I have a cough, fatigue, mild fever, and runny nose.  What do I have? Flu or cold?

Cold: General rule of thumb is that if your symptoms are primarily above the neck and build over a couple days, it's a cold. Influenza usually hits you like 'a ton of bricks'. I'd suggest something as simple as DayQuil and maybe some saline nasal spray - that should help. Feel better! ...Read more

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I have got headache frequently . Sometimes I got shaking and cold without fever. What do I have? Thanks

I have got headache frequently . Sometimes I got shaking and cold without fever. What do I have? Thanks

Not enough info!: How long have you had these symptoms? What other health problems do you have? How bad are the headaches? As you can see, there is not enough information to give you a good answer. But new headaches are always concerning and should be evaluated by your doctor. Or you can consider Healthtap Prime for a 30 minute consult with a doctor by video or text (this is not free but it is reasonably priced ...Read more

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I have a cough have had it for bout 3 weeks i also have hot flashes then cold chills and sometimes vomit?

I have a cough have had it for bout 3 weeks i also have hot flashes then cold chills and sometimes vomit?

See a doctor: This sounds as if you need a detailed evaluation. Bring with you a list of all of the symptoms and when they occur and their relationship to each other, get examined, possibly need imaging studies. Hope you feel better quickly. ...Read more

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I've had cold like symptoms runny nose fevers hot cold sweats I have a bad cough that once I start coughing I can't stop and bad difficultly breathing?

I've had cold like symptoms runny nose fevers hot cold sweats I have a bad cough that once I start coughing I can't stop and bad difficultly breathing?

See a doctor: Hi. You sound sick. Please see a doctor in person for an evaluation, blood tests, chest X-ray, and treatment as appropriate. We can't diagnose you on the internet, and for all I know, you could have pneumonia. Please don't delay. Good luck! ...Read more

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Suddenly I have cold feet, why?

Suddenly I have cold feet, why?

Circulation: Usually cold feet is caused by 1) cold weather, 2) poor circulation, 3) neuropathy (which is nerve disease), or disorders that cause the blood vessels to go into spasm like raynauds syndrome. See pcp. ...Read more

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Lately i've been having hot flashes but its like i feel hot but I have cold chills and i feel kind of weak and restless. No temperature tho.

Hot Flashes: Menopause changes can start with hot flashes. Menopause is defined as the stopping of your menstrual cycle by age of 50. If these symptoms happen earlier that 50, you may be experiencing peri-menopause changes. Abnormalities with your thyroid can also cause feeling hot and cold. Make sure it is checked out! ...Read more

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Why am I always cold like I got chills ?

Cold: If this has just started then you might have infection. If this is something that has been for awhile you could have a hormonal problem ...Read more

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Why do I have diarrhea, chills, sweats, but no fever?

Why do I have diarrhea, chills, sweats, but no fever?

See your doctor: Most likely it's a stomach-flu of some type. Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more