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Not likely heat rash: If your rash is occurring in cold weather, that is not likely heat rash. The term heat-rash refers to a rash occurring due to excessive heat. Eczema is often worse in cold and dry weather and so you may want to have it checked out. Without knowing what the rash looks like and its distribution on the body, it is difficult to make a diagnosis. So, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Strange symptoms: varying body temp (96.3-99.2), always cold, intermittent chills, fatigue, and face redness/rash. Wbc normal. ?
Period is 8 days late. Feeling feverish with chills and shivering then feeling hot. but low body temp 97.6. Experiencing night sweats. Pregnancy?
Infection: You should see your doctor. Fever/chills are symptoms of infection and you should have a full exam. If your period is late a pregnancy test is absolutely indicated if if is possible you're pregnant. A physician needs to know your full medical history, medications, allergies and examine you to determine what is going on. Expect history/exam+ tests.Temperature may be incorrect. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Constant watery diarrhea (about once every 30 minutes), fever, excessive sweating, chills, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue?
Muscle spasm likely: A large variety of back issues become more symptomatic during cold weather, regardless of initial cause. Several mechanism may be at work: muscle spasm (both direct & indirect effects), alteration of chemical messengers in the body, effects on central nervous system pain networks. So keep warm, wear several layers of clothing, try topical agents which produce warmth or use heating pads--20 minutes. ...Read more
Vomiting etc.: This could be anything! Please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency as soon as that can be arranged. ...Read more
Joint aches, reoccurring fevers 99.2–100.1, unintentional weight loss, different temp hands, severe back pain, hot flashes. 23yr old w/ rr-ms. Who 2 c?
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
What could be causing extreme fatigue, weakness, paleness, night sweats, chills, fever, feeling a lose of temperature control, bruising without reason?
Serious sx's: Nothing pleasant that I can think of. Have you been to a physician? If not, please do go for exam and evaluation. It could be numerous infections or autoimmune or even something as awful as malignancy, so please don't put that off. Take care. ...Read more
Constant dry cough for several days. No appetite. Random bouts of nausea. Feeling lethargic. Face feels hot, sweaty palms. No fever.
Headache, persistent cough that started last night, 100.1 fever, vomited this am. No major body aches. Is this flu?
Recurring nausea, head/facial stiff pain, abdominal pain, tremors, constipation occasional diarrhea, extreme anxiety, trouble sleeping?
Vague symptoms: You really need to be seen and evaluated by a primary care physician. Not all of these symptoms may be of the same cause or related to each other in any manner. You should make a list of each and every symptom, their frequency and association and take this with you to your doctor. Best wishes for a successful outcome. ...Read more
What causes transient elev of T-4? Symp #loss, nervous, hot flash, shaky, always hungry, off/on dizzy, headaches, tired, paraethesias off/on.
Thyroid: You are describing symptoms that are commonly seen in hyperthyroidism. If your T4 had only been transient, there are several disorders that can cause that. First on my list is Hashimotos thyroiditis. Second would be Graves disease, although this usually isn't transient. Could be vital thyroiditis. You should have additional blood work to look for specific antibodies to help make correct diagnosis ...Read more