What can cause cold sweats and dizziness?

Many things. This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it.

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What could cause rapid breathing, dizziness and cold sweats in you?

Hard to say. The symptoms are consistent with what is known as a panic disorder. This is a real phenomenon related to increased secretion of Epinephrine in the brain. You need to rule out anxiety/depression. The latter symptoms are often associated with dizziness and there are neuro-anatomical reasons for these symptoms. See your pmd and have a specific diagnosis and be placed on appropriate medication. Read more...

Excessive burping, light headedness and cold sweats after shower. Dizzy feeling when lying back. Can tumor in colon cause excessive burping?

No. Hi Sorry to hear you have been struggling with these symptoms. This isn't related to a tumor in your colon - the colon is too far down the digestive tract to directly cause burping (burping comes from the stomach), but your symptoms are broad enough that you should probably have an in depth discussion with a doctor, either in person or through HealthTap. Hope this helps. Read more...

I have been extremely dizzy all day, with nauseous & cold sweats & low temperature. What's wrong with me??

Unwell. You have several symptoms that indicate you could be sick with an infection. Be seen today. All the best. Read more...

Hia ive bin abroad and since I got back ive bin sick dizzy and hot an cold sweats palms sweatin what is it?

Where'd ya go? Hi. As you know, there are nasty infectious bugs all over the world that vary by region, climate, etc, exposure to which can cause bad stuff. I'd recommend you see your doctor and see whether a referral to a travel clinic is warranted. They'll know what nasties to check for depending on where you went and what you did there. Good luck and I hope you get well soon! Read more...
Sick. We don't know anything about you, not even your age, let alone medical history, social and most important--travel history. Please seek urgent medical attention and avoid interaction with other people as much as possible. This may be a contagious agent. Read more...

I'm having cold sweats, dizziness, faint feelings, and dry cough.

URI. You may be suffering from upper respiratory viral syndrome. Please take some rest, take tylenol (acetaminophen) , adequate fluid intake, then you don't get better in 6-12 hours, i would recommend you to go to ed. Read more...

This morn I went all dizzy with cold sweats and then out the blue I was sick on the floor! I'm left with spacey head and tired. What could this be?

Multiple possibility. These symptoms could be caused by virus, low blood pressure, a syncopal event, or even neurological or cardiac causes. Seek medical attention as soon as possible only an examination and complete medical history can truly find the cause. If this happens while driving it could be dangerous, so nothing to mess around with - dont delay. Read more...

History of cvps. Been cold, having cold sweats and very tired. Occasionally dizzy but no chest pain. Answers?

PVCs? Do you mean pvcs (premature ventricular contractions)? They don't cause you to feel cold or have sweats. If very frequent, they could cause fatigue but not usually. Chronic pain is the more likely cause. They only cause dizziness if there are many in a row causing your BP to drop transiently. Read more...

I have Hep C and was exposed to Hep B a few weeks ago. I'm dizzy, nauseous, cold sweats.. could that be Hep B?

Doctor can evaluate. First, those symptoms are common to most infections, so those symptoms by themselves don't help much with diagnosing the patient. Secondly, "exposed" means different things to different people, and a person is not officially at risk unless she is truly "exposed" in the medical sense. Thirdly, persons with a liver disease (like HepC) are most likely already vaccinated against HepB by their doctors. Read more...