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Numbness And Fever
Not sensible: Fever is usually caused by an infection. 'congestion' usually means, to a lay person, nasal sinus obstruction with mucus and fluid. The brain can't be 'numb', this part of your question is not sensible. See a doctor and explain your symptoms more clearly to him or her to get clear answers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 15 1/2 year old son has numbness on his tongue. Half of his tongue is normal in color/half has a white coat and very dry. Water is not helping. There is some numbness but no fever. What could it be?
What causes extreme fatigue/exhaustion for over 1 month, lightheadedness, low grade fevers, numbness in extremities, blurry Vision, skin hot 2 touch?
Fatigue : The symptoms may be suggestive of wide variety of illnesses including: subacute infection such as endocarditis, endocrine problems such as hyper- or hypothyroidism, occult malignancy such as lymphoma or even emotional stress, anxiety or depression. Obviously this requires further investigation by doing thorough physical examination and blood work analysis which will guide further work up. ...Read more
Does vit d deficiency cause tingling/numbness,limb weakness,low chronic fever,headaches,pain,severe memory loss,ataxia,etc?Initial vit d level was 5.
I have a fever off 100.1 and am experiencing chills with coldness and numbness of my fingers. I am a 27 year old female.
Infection: Based on the limited information, this is most likely an infected lower premolar tooth. If there is an abscess, it can put pressure on the nerve that supplies the lower lip on the affected side. If it is all the lips, it could be a viral outbreak or something else. Either way, it would be wise to see an endodontist or skilled dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My husband has had cold chills, a high fever, shaking and numbness all over with a deep cough. Is there something he can take? He has had broccidis many times before
High : High fever and chills are worrisome for a serious infection (bacterial or viral). He could have bronchitis again or even pneumonia or the flu. The only way to be sure is to seek out medical care. It is possible that he may need antibiotics if he has a bacterial infection. By the date of this post almost a week has passed, hopefully he has improved or has seen a doctor by now. If not, he should go right away. Take care. ...Read more