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What Causes Thyroid Fever
5 yr old, enlarged thyroid (neck) for over a year. High fevers >103 off and on, no known cause. Complains of leg pains and headaches. Doc says fine. ?
Can amitriptyline cause increased sweating? On 10mg for a month and i've noticed i feel hot (no fever) and sweating. Thyroid normal. Hypochondriac.
Should I consider decayed wisdom teeth a possible cause of my joint pain? Top corners of thyroid stab pain, swollen nodes/in neck, axillary. No fever
Very possible: If you know you are having problems with your molars I would suggest getting them out sooner than later. If your dentist has recommended having them out it would be wise to follow their advise. Inflammation can develop rather quickly around the wisdom teeth and can cause a sore jaw! Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hypothalamus: In addition to your thyroid, your hypothalamus plays a role in your body's set point temperature. The body keeps its core temperature constant at ~37 c by physio adjustments controlled by the hypothalamus where there are neurons sensitive to changes in skin & blood temperatures. The temp-reg ctrs are found in the preoptic area (anterior pt) and work w posterior pt 2 control heat producing regions. ...Read more
How would you know if you had a fever if you have thyroid probs and your temp is usually 96.6? Does it just go into normal range?Hope this makes sense
Can still get fever: As long as your thyroid levels are in the normal range, you can still get a fever with a significant infection. For many people a temperature of 96.6 is normal. Remember that 98.6 is just the average normal temperature for a population of people. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, my girlfriends daughter age 6 both of whom are Thai living in thailand, her daughter has just been told she has thyroid fever, is this easy treata?
I can c that my body is shivereing don't hv fever i set under fan but don't feel cold.I hv thyroid to.That's normal.B4 i never saw my body shivering.
Shivering: This is one mechanism the body has of increasing temperature by muscular activity. It is possible your body temp was below normal and the shivering is bringing it back up. Also may be due to excess catecholamine (epinephrine, etc.) excretion. If this is truly bothering you, see a doctor. ...Read more
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