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Why do I have shivers then a fever?
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Chilling
The material which causes the body's thermostat to reset higher causes chilling and shivering.
This muscular activity helps to generate heat and raise your temperature. Chills usually precede the rise in temperature, sweats are a way of losing heat.

In brief: Chilling
The material which causes the body's thermostat to reset higher causes chilling and shivering.
This muscular activity helps to generate heat and raise your temperature. Chills usually precede the rise in temperature, sweats are a way of losing heat.
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