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Infant Cold Sweats
Fever can be associated with viral bronchiolitis. If your baby is uncomfortable you could consider some tylenol (acetaminophen).
Sweating is a natural way for our body to cool because the moisture evaporates from the skin. I would ask you to look carefully at your baby to make sure that he is not sweating due to exertion from breathing. If he is not working hard to breathe, then I would support him to wellness. ...Read more
Baby went to ER with a 104.0 temperature they send us home but in the way he got really cold sweats. Normal?
Normal: Sweating is the body's way of cooling off. It's like being sprayed with water. So a person with fever who takes, for example, aspirin will start to sweat, and then his temperature drops. That also occurs during recovery from a fever without medicine. Of course, this answer does not address the CAUSE of the baby's fever. That requires medical evaluation. ...Read more
My baby is 20 months old and is having cold sweats his body feels warm but when I checked his temp it was 97.8 should I take him to ER?
Food allergy: There are many potential symptoms of food allergy, typically, skin rash, flushing / hives occurs however ; more serious symptoms such as asthma, throat swelling (cough or swallowing problems) can occur. Low blood pressure could cause sweating or weakness / dizziness. Keep track of what seems to reproducibly cause the sweats and report this to your baby's doctor for further inveastigation / tests. ...Read more
Cold sweats: You can take her to the doctor to find out a cause if possible. One concern would be vongenital heart disease. ...Read more
Many things: If it occurs often you need help with your anxiety/ panic disorder. If it is new you may have an infection. If you have pain it could be a broken bone, blood loss, appendicitis, and much more. If you have no insight review this with your doctor and pursue therapy. Menopause can also contribute to the drama. Also get your thyroid checked. Always avoid alcohol and drugs ; drink water. ...Read more
My 7 month old has had cold sweats the last two days but has no other symptoms. What could be wrong?
Cold sweats, sweat running down my side during the day. No excessive activity; just sitting in class.
My Son has been sick for two days and is having cold sweats and a bot of a cough. Should I be worried?
Can't sleep at night wake up with cold sweats and feelin very flushed happens severely times. It's been over a month?
In the past 2 weeks I've woken up in the middle of the night with drenching cold sweats. Nothing has changed in bedding or room temp & I am not sick.?
This must be tough for you.
Please discuss this with your doctor who will then search for abnormal lab results.
I think it would also be a good idea to consult a psychologist. No you are not crazy but clearly are in trouble and th psychologist can help. ...Read more
I don't have an answer but your husband must see his doctor to work out the cause and plan treatment. Your husband will provide information, the doctor will examine him, and then sent him for lab tests and possibly xrays.
Should turn out OK! ...Read more
Maybe: If you drink alcohol or use drugs you need to stop and may need help to do it. If you have anxiety and panic you need therapy and skills to improve coping. If you are infected and have fever as well see your doctor. Discuss this in detail with your doctor regarding the palms of your hands or under arms and she may help you with hyperhidrosis. Botox can help as well as anxiety therapy. ...Read more
Usually anxiety: If you have this often see your doctor to get help with the hyperhidrosis and the anxiety syndrome. If it happened with fever you may be infected. Extreme pain can also cause this if you broke a bone, have appendicitis or are bleeding to death. Get your thyroid checked and avoid alcohol and drugs as they also cause this. ...Read more
Cold sweats: That could mean anything and be caused by something that is not immediately apparent to your husband. If he has not seen a doctor about this it would be wise for him to go there. If he has seen his doctor and is not satisfied seek advice from another doctor. ...Read more
Blood flow: Could be spasms of nerves to blood flow. ...Read more
No: Usually not significant and it might just be air temperature/humidity, but could also be due to infection, hormonal deficiencies or excesses, or even a potential malignancy. Talk it over with your doctor. ...Read more
I'm 19 and I've been having frequent cold sweats at night to the point where everything my body is touching is soaking wet.
Cold Sweats: Sweating at night is a very common problem and unfortunately a symptom of numerous conditions. These range from medication side effects, to alcohol used in excess to infections such as HIV or tb. It can also represent a kind of lymphoma to name some of the most worrisome possibilities. I would recommend that you get to your family doctor soon. ...Read more
Why is that I get realing hot at night its like a hot rush going through my body then cold again, and cold sweats and hot, thankyou very much?
Well: At 24 it's not likely due to ovarian hormones. Do you have restless legs or grind teeth at night; something that makes you exert energy and get hot? It may be physical exertion, over coverage, thyroid problems but not likely ovarian hormones. Good luck. ...Read more
My husband frequently has cold sweats which makes him very sick for up to an hour then it passes and he feels fine again what can cause cold sweats?
Many things: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Cold sweats: There is no way to tell without a thorough history and physical, but cold sweats can occur for a number of reasons. Some include serious conditions such as physical trauma, shock, difficultly breathing, low blood sugar, and heart attack. Others may be more benign. Recommend seeing your doctor. ...Read more