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Sweating But No Temperature
No: This is within normal limits for his age. ...Read more
Rigors: You may be in the process of having a cold before the fevers. Drink plenty of liquids and take a tylenol (acetaminophen) and that will help with the chills if it is a cold. The tylenol (acetaminophen) will also help relieve any pain you may have. For the nose, try some sudafed. This will stop the drainage. Feel better! good health to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have hypothroism, previously hyper. I've been extremely hot lately with no fever but hot and cold sweats? No other symptoms indicating thyroid.
Thyroid labs normal?: Hi. Have your thyroid labs been re-checked? Is the cancer in remission? Are you still getting chemo? Are you neutropenic (not likely these days with filgrastim (filgrastin) and other GCSF analogs). Talk with your oncologist and check your thyroid labs, CBC + diff, etc. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Localized chest pressure. No cp. No shob. No weakness. No sweating. Normal bp. Should i still be concerned?
Symptoms: At your age there is a low probability of cardiac problems for most people. You listed 'heart surgery' so not knowing more about your specific history, it isn't possible to specifically reassure you. ...Read more
Hardly urinating? No swelling in ankles or feet, no nausea or vomiting, no fatigue, no weight loss, no SOB, no jaundice. Feel well. Worried. Thanks.
Episodes of extreme cold/chills, no fever. I cover & fall asleep wake up sweating. Nauseated, fatigued. No diarrhea/vomiting, no other symptoms. ER?
Need more info: It does not seem as if this is an emergency and that you could be seen Monday by a PCP, but this depends upon a variety of factors. What other symptoms you may have, what you have been exposed to, and so on and so on. If, however, you are in any doubt, better to be safe than sorry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
High fever 38-39 degrees, chills, hot flashes, severe body ache. No other symptom. What could it be?
More info needed: There are 100 or more causes for fever, chills, and the other symptoms you have. Impossible to even guess; likely causes depend on other symptoms, risk factors, etc. Cough? Headache? Urinary or other genital symptoms? Abdominal pain? Skin pain or irritation anywhere? Exposure to people with illness? If you are light headed or dizzy, or if temperature goes above 39, get care immediately. ...Read more
Having intermittent body aches and chills, unusually tired, not much of an appetite, but no fever. Could I be contagious?
Maybe: If this is acute and sudden , then probably.; Though remember, other noncontagious infections can also start with those symptoms--UTI for example ...Read more
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