My father, age 92, is in good shape except for the sensation that he has of coldlegs and feet . Oddly, in his upperbody he is overheated and sweats profusely even when the temperature is cool. He has ...
? ... regulated before she was sent home. Since to is time she is so weak she falls alot, her legs and feet are cold while her upperbodysweats. Her vision is blurry, she gets dizzy, and when she stands up her BP ...
to find that my face and full body (back, chest, arms, legs, butt,and ears were covered in red spots ...Hello, recently i have been suffering through the flu/ cold and a sore throat . But worst of all ...
that didn t really loos like it. i felt hot but my body wasn t, my sweating was cold on my forehead and i was keep sweating. i past the day after but the sensitivity of my upper torso is still there and i always ...
I ve been noticing this past week that when I go to bed I get cold shivers all over my body that last about five seconds, I cover up and when I wake up I am covered in sweat even though I m cold, I ...
My question is when someone has fever on there upper part of the body. But there lower part of there body is cold like from there hip area Down to the legs.
Patients in severe hypotension can have cool extremeties but can have fever elsewhere in the body. Rare finding.
Are antibiotics good for cold
Welcome to HCM.
If it is a pure viral cold then Antibiotics have no role.
Mostly as we don't know about the etiology, as it could also to be bacterial etiology, to prevent further infection of upper and lower respiratory tract it is better to take a course of antibiotics.
Otherwise sometimes it may lead to severe complications like wheezing, lung infections etc.
severe fever with cold
Hi, If your temperature is below 102°, no treatment is necessary beside waiting for the fever to pass. Take an over-the-counter medicine such as ibuprofen (Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol). Taking a lukewarm shower or bath. Putting an damp cloth on your forehead. Applying a damp cloth to legs, feet and neck. Drink lots of water in order to stay properly hydrated.
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