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Skin Feels Clammy To The Touch
I just took my temperature and its 94.7 I just bought the thermometer today and its 94.7 orally Is this really low I feel cold and clammy to the touch?
Sepsis, anemia: a multiple factors need to be looked at first. . . What is your age Older pts., can have an infection in blood called sepsis that can present with those symptoms, that could have started as asymptomatic UTI. For a younger female pt. that can be due to heavy menstrual bleeding leading to severe anemia. It can be a sign of non functioning thyroid gland and or non functioning pituitary gland sepsi ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stomach pains. Two days ago I started feeling very nauseated and is was very hot and clammy to the touch. I also had a headache. Eventually those symptoms passed. The next day I struggled with mild nausea and stomach pains when I are. Today I me up and my
Please restate: Your question was cut off. If it is too complicated to describe here, you might want to see your primary MD ...Read more
What causes someone to feel like they have a fever but the temp is normal and skin is clammy feeling? Have Sinus inf. wheezing and coughing
Part of it...: All those symptoms are associated with an apparent infection you are dealing with. You don't necessarily have to get a fever but just a sensation of malaise, chills and warmth even when temp. Is normal. If you have not been seen I suggest you do so in order to get diagnosed and treated. If already seen follow up recommendations, rest and drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration. ...Read more
What will help with remeron withdrawl? On 30mg for 6 months, tapered off. Can't sleep, clammy skin, mild anxiety, feels like I have a cold.
I feel sick what's wrong with me? I feel nauseated, I have a tension headache, my lower back hurts and my skin feels clammy
See your doctor: This situation requires an in-person visit to a physician for evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment plan. Good luck to you. ...Read more
I feel like i'm radiating heat & 15mins later im freezing w/ goosebumps. Right hand was cold & clammy to touch, left felt normal. Good blood & thyroid
That one is hard: Sounds persistant and evaluated w/o diagnosis. Consider stress and mood. If not sleeping well, tired, you may be "hyper perceptual" the hypothalamus regulates temperature is affected by rapid changes in glucose. Hypoglycemia has similar symptoms, low probability. If anxiety an snri(norepinephrine affects hypoth.) like Cymbalta 30mg and tx for sleep if needed may help, b-blocker atenolol? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sinus openings in my throat are sore, my skin hurts, i feel clammy, and my nose is stuffy, what otc medicine should I take?
Sinus/allergy issues: For nasal congestion, take Flonase or Nasacort, which are OTC nasal steroids. Pair the nasal spray with an antihistamine such as Claritin, Zyrtec or Allegra. Both working together should decrease drainage into the throat as well as sore throat. If feverish, producing yellow-green mucus & generally feeling sick, you may need an antibiotic, which you should see your doc for further evaluation. ...Read more
My 5 year old daughter feels cool to the touch but she's clammy. She has tummy pains.She is 16 months post liver transplant what could b wrong.
Depends: You may have fever and be infected or you may be having anxiety or a panic attack. If it happens often you may have an anxiety syndrome. It can happen after taking drugs and this may be your wake up call to stop doing drugs. Problems that include pain such as a broken bone, anemia from blood loss, or appendicitis can also cause it. /discuss this with your doctor you may need therapy. ...Read more
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