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Sweating, nausea, headache, low temperature but feel hot. History of pancreatitis. Suggestions?

Hi, I feel hot and sweaty, but when I ve taken my temperature it s been low - last check was 34.5. I ve been feeling nauseous all day and have had a headache I can t shift. I am 27, female, have pancreatitis with complications (50% necrosis ) which was diagnosed September 2011 after a long hospital stay. I don t know whether my current symptoms are related to that, or something separate. I do often have bouts of nausea , but can t separate it. My temperatures have been consistently low for weeks, mostly when I ve been really cold but this is the first time I ve had a low temp when I feel very hot! Hope you can advise me!
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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You need to check your Blood Sugars,Urinary tract infection and also THyroid function.Any abdominal or back pain ?Did you have urinary catheter during hospitalisation? what is your BP and Pulse during above symptoms?
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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