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Why Do I Feel Cold When Tired
Confused: I'm confused by your question. If you have a headache and cold you may well also feel tired, though you may not feel tired. Feeling tired can have hundreds of causes, from lack of sleep to anemia, nutrient deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, toxin exposures, allergies and acute and chronic infections. ...Read more
I have been having hot and cold flashes with tiredness, last couple day's just sitting ete now I feel hot flush run through my body my hairs?
I fainted four days ago and ever since have been experiencing hot and cold flashes, headaches, tiredness and occasional shaking. Should I be worried?
Yes: And you need to see your doctor asap before you faint and hit your head. ...Read more
Viral illness: Sounds like a viral illness of some kind. Would need more specifics in order to diagnose what type of viral illness. ...Read more
I have been having hot and cold flashes with tiredness, last couple of days sweating. At night tired alot not eating that much?
Can gad cause tiredness, weakness, fatigue and cold chills, body shivers and shakiness? I've been very anxious lately.
Symptoms : tiredness, thirst, I developed a cold sore saturday that scabbed over the next day and is now almost gone...Any ideas on what it could be?
Viral illness: This sounds like an unspecified viral illness. Typically cold sores come out with viral illnesses (or bacterial), but when the immune system is under stress or compromised. Your thirst could be due to fever, dehydration, or illness or a combination. Cold sores are typically herpes simplex type 1 and 80% of the population has been exposed to those. ...Read more
Had cold 2 weeks ago and been suffering with sinus pain since and tiredness now started sneezing again and nose stuffy like I'm getting another cold?
Maybe: And general people get a viral sinus or restaurant faction and then a second worsening which is usually bacterial see primary care physician or Healthtap visit ...Read more
What can cause severe tiredness, cold hands and feet that alternate between clammy and sweaty to cold as ice?
Hypothyroidism: Possible but acrocyanosis likely.Get a more detailed answer ›
Having frequent attacks of flu and tiredness during this cold weather despite vaccination what are some tips to overcome this?
Could my tiredness (sleeping a lot) and and loss of appetite be due to iron deficiency. I've been really cold to and everyone else is burning up?
Fatigue is a non-: Specific symptom that may be caused by iron (Fe) deficiency, but pain is not common. Fatigue & cold intolerance are common signs of hypothyroidism, but not anorexia or pain. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) can make you sleepy; Pepto-Bismol has lots of salicylate. If neuro exam, EEG & brain MRI are normal, seek evaluation for systemic disorders; if Fe-deficient, why? Depression can cause many of your symptoms, also. ...Read more
What could this be? - swollen gland left side of neck (4 weeks) appeared after a cold - wooshing sound in left ear (noticeable at night) - tiredness
Swollen gland: Please start with a clinic visit to your Primary doctor. If she/he cannot help you a consult with and ear specialist would be appropriate. ...Read more
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:
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
I suddenly get very very tired and my arms are all burning under the muscles. And I have some cold hands and feet also but when these get warm. The pain begins in my arms. But the tiredness is almost unbearable. What can this be?
I've had a very sore throat, hot and cold, tiredness and brown phlegm for 2 days. The phlegm is not being coughed up, but from the back of my throat.
What to do:: For significant sore throat with swollen tonsils / lymph nodes – see physician ; get a strep throat test/ culture. If you have strep throat, antibiotic therapy is imperative to prevent future complications. Consider tylenol (acetaminophen) or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications. Saltwater gargles: mix 1 tsp salt in 8 oz warm water – gargle with aloe vera juice twice a day. Gargle several times a day. ...Read more
13 yrs ago suffered haemorrhage, needed transfusion suffered from lethargy, tiredness headaches cold intolerance heartburn indigestion flu type aches.
A little unclear: Have you had these symptoms for 13 years since the transfusion or have they just started? Regardless, I would see a doctor for thorough exam and lab tests. ...Read more
M28/Tiredness, cold hands & feets, sweating while moving, dizziness and feeling faint. BP 120/100. I'm on diet and hypertensive. What can it be likely?
Can an allergic reaction to a fragrance turn into a common cold or something that feels like the common cold -Stuffy nose, tiredness, sore throat, etc?
Please see your doctor about this. ...Read more
Had a heavy cold last week, no fever or real cough. Worst gone. Now have sore throat, producing brown/red phlegm, slight tiredness, shivers, no cough.
See your doctor: It is common to develop a bacterial infection like pneumonia after a viral respiratory tract infection. (I.e. A cold) This usually occurs shortly after the viral illness begins to improve and requires antibiotics. Symptoms vary but include fever, chills, chest pain, productive cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, tiredness, loss of appetite, etc... You need to have a doctor examine you. ...Read more
I've had a sore throat for 8 days followed by dry tickly persistent cough, earache. Joint pain tiredness hot sweats followed by feeling cold and shive?
Dr. Can check throat: Throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, a person sees the doctor if the sore throat is bothersome, recurrent, or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to check for strep). Throat lozenges and Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin can help decrease the pain. ...Read more
I have cold, running nose, sore throat, slight fever, severe body pain, tiredness, fatigue, head ache, sneezing and cough.
I have had this cold type thing for three weeks, sore throat stuffed nose mucus in throat no talk in am ear ache tiredness. Kids I nannied had croup.?
Anemia? Thyroid?: Common reasons for being tired include lack of (quality) sleep, anemia, under active thyroid (hypothyroidism), depression, etc. Common reasons for feeling cold include anemia & hypothyroidism. Both of these conditions are easily checked via blood tests. Bottom line: go see your family doc & tell him/her about your concerns. S/he knows you best & can make diagnosis & offer appropriate treatment 4u. ...Read more
Cold: Unfortunately viral illnesses that cause cold tend to fatigue us. The best therapy is fluids and rest. Overexertion will only prolong the symptoms. ...Read more
I'm always getting cold every morning like I felt im getting sick everytime im tired of household work. What is the cause?
You've got the blahs: While this is not a very scientific or medical term, it can describe what is going on. First you need to have your Doctor exclude treatable causes of feeling cold/fatigue: hypothyroidism, anemia, etc. But many times these type of symptoms indicate depression even though you might not feel obviously sad. You are apathetic, I believe. Counseling and/or drug therapy can help, supervised by your Doc. ...Read more
Cold: Hard to know until you see a doctor who will take your medical history, what foods you are eating, what meds you are on, etc. You will then be examined and lab tests will be ordered. Once you both know if there is something that needs treating or you need to see a specialist all things should fall into place. ...Read more
Reasons for feeling: Cold: hypothyroidism, anemia (esp. W low iron or vitamin b 12 deficiency), anorexia (fasting or low body weight), chronic illnesses, chronic pain, hypoglycemia, hypothermia (low body temperature), raynaud's disease, being in cold environment, cold intolerance, anxiety or panic, cardiac or nervous system diseases, some meds as well as both viral ; bacterial infections. ...Read more