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I have hypothroism, previously hyper. I've been extremely hot lately with no fever but hot and cold sweats? No other symptoms indicating thyroid.

Thyroid issues. When was the last time you had your thyroid labs checked? Are you on thyroid medication currently? It sounds like it could be too much thyroid. . Read more...
Thyroid labs normal? Hi. Have your thyroid labs been re-checked? Is the cancer in remission? Are you still getting chemo? Are you neutropenic (not likely these days with filgrastim (filgrastin) and other GCSF analogs). Talk with your oncologist and check your thyroid labs, CBC + diff, etc. Good luck! Read more...

Cold sweats fever nausea green vomit?

Sounds like a . Stomach virus. Try drinking small amounts of gatorade. Or ice chips to stay hydrated. Rest. Should get better in 24-48 hours. If not please call your doctor. Read more...

Is it normal for a 6 year old to sweat and cough, after being sick? My 6 year old was sick with bronchitis, bad fever cough, now that she is doing better, no fever, still coughing, and having cold sweats at night, is that normal should I worry?

Usually . Usually after a bout of pneumonia or bronchitis, the cough is the last symptom to disappear - occasionally taking weeks to resolve. As long as her cough is continuing to improve, then it most likely is ok. If her cough is worsening or if she is having any difficulty breathing, then you will want to contact her doctor right away. The cold sweats may or may not be concerning - is she still having fever at night and the sweats are when it breaks? If you are noticing a pattern to when she has these, you may want to take her temperature prior to the sweat to make sure she's still not having fever - that would be a reason to see her doctor right away. As long as her fever is gone and her cough is improving, i'd say you were on the right track. If you have any specific questions about her symptoms or treatment, give her doc a call. Good luck! Read more...

Feel like throwing up as soon as I get out of bed. Hot and cold sweats. No fever yet. Weakness. As long as I'm lying down, I feel ok. What is this?

Weakness. You have orthostatic hypotension as a result of rising out of bed to rapidly. As a result your blood can't get to your brain fast enough from a lying to a standing position. As a result you experience weakness and profuse sweating. On arising get up slowly. Read more...

Sometimes I have sudden cold sweats/fever, dizziness, nausea, light headedness, & start to black out. It's always at work, where I stand for hours?

Postural hypotension. Sounds like your blood pressure is taking a dip after standing up for hours on end. Blood pools in your legs/feet, and not enough gets up to your brain. Can try calf squeezing exercises, marching in place, increasing your fluid intake lots and support stockings that keep the blood from pooling in the legs. By far the most important is to keep plenty hydrated - water/sports drink! Read more...

Son had flu, now I am sneezing, coughing, white yellow mucous _From lungs, coldness in chest, cold sweats on and off, chest tightness, no fever?

No worries. It is less likely you will have flu.. Usually flu has more fever and body aches than respiratory symptoms but if your symptoms doesn't improve much in 2 days then you may need antibiotics. For now, you can take ibuprofen and Benadryl (diphenhydramine) for symptomatic relief. Read more...

Irritation in throat, cough, some phlegm, hot and cold sweats, feel feverish, weak, dizzy and nauseous. But no fever!! What could it be?

Viral mgt. It may be a viral illness, similar to the Flu. Try checking your temperature at regular intervals, stay well hydrated and please follow up with your physician. Viral illnesses typically will last around 10 days. Read more...
Seasonal flu. is very common viral infection. Usually the condition resolves on its own with home care. Drink water and get a good rest. NSAIDs (e.g. Aleve, Advil) or Tylenol (acetaminophen) are also recommended every 6 hours. If concerned, see your PCP for examination. Read more...