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Temperature And Sickness
Sweating & inflammat: Both high body temp (fever) as well as low (hypothermia) are immune responses to an infection. IL-1, a key protein, causes sweating & a rise in body temp. After the sweating, the body cools. Blood from the core organs (warm) gets shunted to the skin where it dissipates, cooling the body & lowering the temperature. Again, both HIGH and LOW body temp can indicate infection.. ...Read more
See doctor...: It sounds like you have an infection of some sort. See your doctor to get diagnosed and treated. If you have shortness of breath, go to the er asap. Possible diagnoses include acute bronchitis, pneumonia or even tb, depending on other symptoms present and the result of tests like lab work, chest x-ray, etc. See your doctor asap! ...Read more
Certainly: a shower will not affect a viral cold. ...Read more
Cramps: There could be lots of reasons for your symptoms. If things are not better, or worse in a day or two please go to the nearest emergency room. ...Read more
Does drinking hot temperature soup in the summer cause you to sweat more and thus lower your overall temperature?
Lightheadedness and tingling in the face in addition to dull headache at high altitude. Acute mountain sickness? Very uncomfortable. Treatment?
Barometric headache: Features of mountain sickness do come to mind when you give that history. There is also another entity called barometric headache which occurs in some individuals who reach an altitude of above 7500 feet. Treatment could be acclimation to the altitude or simply coming down from that altitude for a time and then returning until acclimation occurs. Fluids and simple analgesics may be of benefit. ...Read more
Usually not...: It's possible for anyone to catch a cold, especially in the winter months, but that is not related to being in cold air or playing outside building a snowman. Colds are caused by a variety of viruses. In a few cases, cold temperature can kill a person (if one gets lost in the woods while skiing, if one falls into the cold ocean, etc...). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can cause nausea and early satiety after some meals, cold hands and feet, dizziness and nausea upon standing, tiredness and low blood pressure?
Need an internist: You may have an autonomic nervous dysfunction and you do need to see a doctor. ...Read more
What is more important: proper hydration or cooler temperature to reduce nausea in early pregnancy?
Acupuncture is best: I think fatigue has a lot to do with how sick you feel, so i usually recommend sleep. Acupuncture has been shown to help in some good studies, and my patients have done very well with that also. It's always good to stay hydrated, but i haven't heard that helps with nausea in pregnancy. Most pregnant women run hot. I've not heard that cooling affects nausea, but you might feel better overall. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does a sudden rise in body temperature to 39.5 degrees Celsius and a bit of pain in intestines and bloating indicates?took wintriaxon paracetemol
Possible infection: 39.5 °C = 103.1 °F. If abdominal pain is severe you would need emergent medical evaluation. If temperature rises to 40 °C or > (104 °F) you need medical evaluation. If pain lateralizes to right lower quadrant of abdomen - recommend urgent evaluation. If symptoms are not resolving - need eval. Keep a watch on this for sure. ...Read more
What could be the cause not being able to regulate temperature? In slight change of heat, extreme sweats occur, and very shiver if slightly cold temp
Hormonal: In a young person I would think about problems hormonally based having to do with glandular dysfunction as well as dysfunction that some medications can cause as side effects as applied to thermoregulatory systems of the body. There are other reasons as well but those would be 2 things I'd check out right away in someone your age. ...Read more
Light headed overheated feeling first vomiting then pain in joint afterwards and super cold immediately .sometimes in the morning and night?
Autonomic instabilty: these are symptoms of autonomic instability. Please see your physician for full examination and may be some tests to find out what is the cause of these symptoms ...Read more
Depends: Typically during an infection, body temperature is higher, which is commonly known as fever. But at times with severe infections, the body temperature may actually be lower, as it may suggest that the body's immune system not able to mount an appropriate response to the infection. ...Read more
My temperature is of 34.7/lower abdominal pain/chills and hot spasms/nausea and vomiting/cant sleep/dizziness/trouble walking/been a week/ help?
Go to ER: You need to get a medical evaluation now. ...Read more
Hot feeling starting in lower stomach radianting to shoulder feeling hot and clammy with dizziness started with standard cold symtoms 3 days prior ?
Viral: If your symptoms started with a common cold, it's possible that your current complaints could be due to the onset of a viral gastroenteritis in which case nausea and diarrhea will follow. Take tylenol, (acetaminophen) rest, light bland diet, and drink room temperature fluids. If no improvement have your physician check you. ...Read more
Light spotting before and after period, back aches, head aches, increased body temperature and constipation and bloating. What is this?
These are all : part of your cycle!Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it still considered the flu if the symptoms are vomiting the first day then fatigue, hot flashes, extreme sensitivity to cold and body aches?
Maybe: Flu can cause vomiting though that's less likely than fever and bad cold symptoms. Other viruses that feel like the flu but more likely to cause vomiting. Adenovirus very common in our area right now. It can cause everything associated with a cold and everything associated with a stomach bug. Just for fun you can also get pink eye, rash, viral meningitis, and blood in urine. Lasts 7-14 days, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fatigue, cold chills, sweating, extreme cramping, dizziness, nasceous and vomiting during the first day of my menstrual cycle. Please help.?
By which mechanism the exposure to sun or for hot temperature can get us sick ( diarrhea, vomiting, high body temp.), what is the cause ?
Hyperthermia/heat sk: Heat or sun stroke is caused by 2 much exposure and lack of hydration and salt depletion, especially if there is a breeze. U r sweating and losing water and sodium but u feel cool which gets u into trouble. Ur body overheats and then sweating stops and temperature increases, and the end result is what ur describing. U need 2 hydrate/salt tablets/get into air conditioning/or ice 2 lower body temper. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer