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Is Eyes Feeling Warm And Dry A Symptom Of Fever
Sudden nausea and feeling warm all over. Gag reflex, tummy not feeling well. Hit suddenly. No fever?
Nausea: Nausea is a symptom associated with a long list of problems. At 34 and your stomach to feeling well likely this is some type of gastric irritation of perhaps something you ate. If symptoms would persist get checked. ...Read more
I'm 32 y/o female. I have constant headache, sore eyes and feeling warm for the past 3 weeks now. I have hormonal imbalance and taking bromocriptine.
Check your BP first: Common symptoms of bromocriptine include headache. Elevated blood pressure can also occur and can be reason for headaches. Check that first. Eye pain not a common side effect, but drug may dry out the eyes which can cause soreness. Try over the counter artificial tears 2-4 x daily to see if that helps the soreness. If not better with drops and/or if there is blurriness of vision, see eye doctor. ...Read more
I am itching in my face, especially eyes nose and ears. I also experience some itching along rib cage area. I have been feeling warm inside with that feeling going into my feet. Any suggestions??!
Sudden nausea and feeling warm all over. Gag reflex, tummy not feeling well. Hit suddenly. No fever but feeling really fatigued.
Go to Br: Go to the ER three numbers and putting a panda sITIS ...Read more
Sore throat for almost a week white patches with ear pain and eyes full of dried drainage when awaking. Can't open them without warm water. Low fever.
Splotchy, flat rash slowly spreading over toddlers limbs. Warm to the touch while rest of skin is cool. Rosey cheeks. Red eyes. NO fever. Ideas?
Had fever and would suddenly feel hot then cold, chest pains and cough producing green or yellow mucus. Runny nose with clear warm watery fluid, headaches, very tired, weight loss, eyes sunken?
2 year old woke up fine, sneezing and watery eyes this afternoon, and by early night time felt very warm and had chills and tired. Came on fast, flu?
Maybe. . .: Best to go to doctor in AM, assuming otherwise doing ok. But if any change in activity (granted it should be past his/her bedtime by now), then don't wait, just go immediately to ER. Of note, there are many viruses, of which influenza (the "flu") is just one. To be even more precise, there are many types of "flu". Biggest problem is that viruses don't respond to antibiotics. So always wash hands. ...Read more
Last few days I have noticed that I get a cold wet feeling when I lean back onto something. I check and my back is dry and warm. Doesn't matter what it is I lean back on. I also feel hot in the head and face. No fever. No other symptoms.
Sensations: These sensations could be a manifestation of release of chemicals at the skin level related to a type of a reaction causing vasodilation. This would be akin to blushing. Such reactions may be a response to temperature changes, certain foods or spices or chemicals. The cause may be quite elusive, however. In the meantime observe for skin changes and any evidence of the above causes. ...Read more
I have Discolored gums, fever like feeling, watery eyes and stuffy nose along with occasion dry cough and chills. Why? Help please
Cannot diagnose: You really need to go and see a doctor and get this diagnosed appropriately. Answers on HealthTap aren't intended for individual treatment, prescription or diagnosis. Beyond that your symptoms could be representative of many illnesses. Hope this clears up soon. ...Read more
I have Discolored gums, fever like feeling, watery eyes and stuffy nose along with occasion dry cough...not sure what's wrong any idea please help..
Dry cough now with yellow sputum. Nausea on and off, feeling warm all over, no fever. Jittery, loss of appetite. Running nose at times & sweaty palms
Had very light period, PMS symptoms from 1 week before extreme tiredness, body feeling warm. This subsided after period started. From day 4 started again?
Lighth period: Check HCG. Could be implantation bleeding or, variaiton. ...Read more
I have dry eyes which itch and it feels like there is something in the eye. The eyelids twitch continously. I take protagenta and do warm compression. The symptoms come back if I don't use it for 2 days. Help me.
Specialist: You need to see an ophthalmologist who specializes in this condition. Good luck! ...Read more
Symptoms are numb hands and arms, inability to eat without feeling nausea, dizzy, light headedness, and feeling warm. What could it be?
See your doctor: So many things, let your doctor draw some blood to rule out a few things (thyroid disease, a growth in your chest/esophagus, diabetes or hypoglycemia), and an exam to rule out neurological disorders (vagal nerve issues, pinched nerve). You did not state your age or if you are pregnant (could you be?). Numbness in your arms are usually due to a nerve issue. ...Read more
I have had a temperature of 98.7 to 99.7 for the last 4 days. Only other symptoms are eyes burning and feeling a little fatigued. What could be?
Could be flu: Most likely it is flu. Anybody in the household or work place has similar symptoms. I would recommend to watch and monitor for any worsening of symptoms and development of new symptoms. Should that happen, I recommend to see your doc. Best of wishes ...Read more
I have had fevers only at night for the past week. No symptoms present except fatigue, dry skin, lips and eyes, constipation & irreregular periods?
Been taking verapamil for 3 weeks now, earlier in the day I was doing some weight training. Afterwards my head started feeling really warm, I felt very shaky and have frequent heart pulpatations! They have felt almost flu like symptoms or could this be a r
MD: Please talk to your physician as perhaps your BP or hr are getting too low. ...Read more
I've had a tender sore feeling on the outside of my head and face on 1 sidewhen I touch it with slight headache and my eye stings no flu symptoms?
Hoarse voice, dry cough, and pink eye are the symptoms I am currently facing. Do I have a strain of the flu?
Flu like symptoms:
Sad that you are feeling sick. From reading about your symptoms, it does feel like you are having a viral infection. Common symptoms of flu are fever, cough and body aches. Your symptoms could also be caused by a virus (flu causing organism is also a virus) and is usually self remitting. This means you likely don't need antibiotics. Just supportive care is good. ...Read more
Had colonoscopy yesterday morning. Had fever most of the night but now I am feeling dizzy and cant focus my eyes?
Call your doctor.: It is not normal to have lingering symptoms the day after a colonoscopy. It is not clear to me whether the symptoms that you are having are related or not, but it would be prudent to contact your gastroenterologist to discuss them, and to investigate them if they seem to be persistent. Good luck. ...Read more
Feeling nauseous, coughing, pain behind eyes, headache, tired, occasional pain in the knuckles, little fever, breathing hard. Just a strong flu?
Since wednesday I am feeling pain in my throat. But today I am worse with pain in all body, head, eyes and I cannot be a lot of time standed. Fever 39.
Infection: Needs to be seen and a streptococcus infection should be ruled out or treated if present. If untreated severe (and avoidable) complication are common. ...Read more
Doc gave me Xyzal (levocetirizine) for hay fever. 3rd day on it and my eyes and nose still itch. Should I be feeling better after the 1st pill or does it take time?
This will take more: Than one dose or day to make better. ...Read more
Ringing in ears, slight headache, dizzy/spinning/vertigo feeling when sitting still. No fever. Eyes feel heavy/tired.?
Why even on routine of Allegra (fexofenadine) and Flonase are itchy eyes harder to treat than any other hay fever symptom? Do I need RX eye drops?
Conjunctivitis: Everyone responds to allergies differently, but persistent eye symptoms refactory to over-the-counter eyedrops might benefit from a prescription grade preparation. Make sure that you are practicing good avoidance measures, avoiding overuse of contacts when eyes are irritated, and washing eyes out with preservative-free drops. If you have persistent symptoms see an Allergist for further workup. ...Read more