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What could be the culprit? What could be the culprit? For about a week I have been experiencing nausea, head aches, mild dizziness, hot flashes, sweating even when im not hot, back and hip aches( though mild), my chest has been unusually itchy, and im jus
If : If there is any concern for pregnancy, then please take a pregnancy test to be sure. As you are having unusual symptoms and bleeding then it would be reasonable to have testing. If you have persistent symptoms, or have vomiting, dizziness/fainting, or other symptoms that are unusual then it would be reasonable to contact your physician. ...Read more
I've been having night sweats the past week. This is unusual especially since I had a full hysterectomy 15 yrs ago. Do you know what could cause this?
Facial sweating: The body uses sweating to cool itself down, we know certain substances such as caffeine will induce the process suggest looking into med list and lastly parkinson's disease and others have abnormal facial secretions which can be difficult to control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would it be unusual for alcohol withdrawal to present as only anxiety and insomnia, or are tremors, nausea, sweats, etc. also expected?
Alcohol withdrawal : It depends on the amount of alcohol you ingest as well as duration and tolerance. Anxiety and insomnia would be mild withdrawal symptoms and the other symptoms would suggest moderate withdrawal. DTs which can include hallucinations, seizures and fever are major symptoms and require immediate medical attention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm a 26 year old female and within the last month i've been having unusual amounts of hair loss, body acne and just in the last week, body sweats....?
Night sweats. Butterfly rash. (Not lupus) non productive cough for over a year. Throw up after just a few drinks of alcohol(unusual)shortness breath ?
Problem over a year?: Go see a good doc!! You have a chronic problem which hasn't been addressed. Think post-nasal drip. Good luck! ...Read more
Sore throat and enlarged nodes for three months after (unusually) smoking cigarettes. (nothing externally visible, no fever, weight loss or sweats)?
Cancer: Smoking + sore throat for more than 2 weeks + enlarged lymph nodes = cancer until proven otherwise. You need to see your local ENT asap. The nights sweats/fever would be more likely related to lymphoma (b symptoms) but pt's with lymphoma can be b negative. Bottom line... Get this checked! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hydration, exercise: Sweating is the body's way of cooling off. If you want to sweat more, you should exercise, especially in a warm and humid environment, and keep yourself well hydrated so there is enough fluid to sweat. There are a few rare conditions in which sweat is inhibited - so if you cannot sweat under any circumstance, see your family doctor. ...Read more
DisgraceOfSweatyFace: Move to Alaska. Get a job at a meat packing plant. Underwater welder in Antarctica. OK,OK...first, no harm done if you apply an unscented antiperspirant to the areas where you sweat. Do a patch test first to make sure your facial skin isn't sensitive to it (small dot of it somewhere on the side of your face).But for the long haul, check out [ http://www.sweathelp.org/en/] for a good source of info ...Read more