Body ache, chills, shivering, no fever. Cause?
I have been experiencing body aches, chills, and shivering with no fever . What could be causing this? The body aches seem to last all day and escalate later in the day. The chills start in the evening. It feels like I have a fever with no temperature. Additionally my skin seems sensitive and...
What causes vomiting and body chill with fever?
Hello doc.... My son is suffering cold,cough and feaver since one week almost. doctor give him dolopar 250 7ml four time ,ventryl 6 ml 3time and allercet 6 ml at the bed time ,Agee200 5ml once in a day.....but after azee he is vomiting.....he had 100.7 temperature last night and he is feeling...
Fevers, chills, cough, nausea, headaches, extreme body aches, fatigue, unable to do anything not even stand. What is this?
You seem to be suffering from an infection - virus perhaps...
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Best solution for cold like symptoms and chills
Best treatment for cold is taking steam inhalation,avoiding cold drinks and smoking,taking more of hot liquids,using nasal decongestant drops for nose block but not for more than 5-7 days and taking Tylenol for fever or body ache as and when required.You shall be all right in 5-7 days.Since cold is a viral infection,no need to take any antibiotic for it.
May I know why I'm having body chills but thermometer shows normal body temperature? And its not winter in my country
Body chills usually indicate an underlying infection. Can also be due to allergies or medicines. Can be intolerance to cold ( eg. in hypothyroidism) which will make you feel cold at normal external temperatures.
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