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Alternative sweating and freezing spells. Suffered flu, bronchitis and asthma. On inhaler. Have psoriatic arthritis and diabetes

My husband has been having alternately sweating spells and freezing spells. This has gone on for a few days. He just got over the flu which brought on bronchitis and asthama, but is using an inhaler twice a day. He has psoriatic arthiritis and Type II diabetes also. He is 74 years, but very strong and active for his age. Should we go to the emergency room. Right now he can t control the shakes from freezing.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Keeping aside the other factors, you should be concerned about, the shaking and freezing. It could be malaria, or ac urinary tract infection, or some other infection.
If the infection is very severe, there the fever may not be appearent, the body may not become hot. So to get confermation of what sort of infection is there ,you must consult a physician for diagnosis and treatment.
Besides i advise you to follow some diet recommendations as give him more of green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, fruits, milk, egg, meat, and seafoods , to provide suffecient nutrients to body to provide resistance and general health, to fight with such infections.
wishing him a quick recovery and thanks for calling.

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