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Thyroid And Cold Sweats Forehead
I get continuous cold sweats, especially when its hot weather. My forehead gets super cold and I get terrible migraines. What could it possibly be?
Tough question: I am not sure what it could possibly be, but I would strongly advise you to get to see a Psychologist as soon as possible. No you are not crazy but you do need help. Please keep me informed. ...Read more
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
What besides thyroid can cause light head fluttering in chest hot an cold sweats an excess tiredness? I'm on Med for low tsh.
Check thyroid first: B"sd If being on a med for "low TSH" means treatment with an antithyroid drug for hyperthyroidism, then the first concern is your thyroid status as this requires frequent monitoring. Thyroid function will change depending on the dose and effectiveness of the medication and the course of the underlying thryoid disease. Challenging even for the best of us endocrine specialists - contact yours! ...Read more
Determining cause of cold sweats, restlessness, fatigue, feeling of increased heart rate (tests have come back clear on thyroid) (25 yr old female)?
Don't know: To answer this one would have to examine you and take a history of the complaints you voice. In addition, other lab tests are warranted. Discuss this with your primary care physician. If s/he is stumped ask for a referral to a specialist. ...Read more
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
Fever?: Fever can be associated with viral bronchiolitis. If your baby is uncomfortable you could consider some tylenol (acetaminophen). Sweating is a natural way for our body to cool because the moisture evaporates from the skin. I would ask you to look carefully at your baby to make sure that he is not sweating due to exertion from breathing. If he is not working hard to breathe, then i would support him to wellness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer