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My temp is 94.5 what should I do?

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My father 77 years old slipped and fell. He layed in 40 degree wet icy ground for about 3 hours. He was shivering, shaking and very cold when he was found. However he was responding and knew what happened The first 24 hrs he did show some signs of...

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and monoclonal gammopathy known to typically cause hypothermia in an elderly person with these conditions or would the hypothermia be likely to be caused by something else if the person also has a raised WBC ...

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the oral and ear temperatures) would be indicative of hypothermia in a quite elderly person? ...

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My 3 year old had a 103 temp the last two nights but has been fine during the day. Today he has seemed fine until right before dinner he fell asleep and now has a body temp of 95.5. He's responding to me if I try to wake him, but going right back...

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hypothermia , sedation, vomitting. She lost the ability to swallow food and drink. Bloods showed her phenobarb levels were toxic. Is this common or unheard of for these medications to interacte this way? ...

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what is the cure for hypothermia.....it started 5 months ago with food poisoning ......with excessive intake of white wine....til now i had one severe attack nd lot of mild and low intensity.....now i ...

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What causes a sudden drop in body temperature in the range of hypothermia? ...

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hypothermia. This was about 4 hours after the race. My temp was 94.7 and I was taking a nap at the time. Temps ...

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I m 59 and 2 years ago I was SO cold all the time I stopped my hormones and that helped. Now I am hot almost all the time. I keep my bedroom cold and still am in and out of the covers all night and find myself sweating and hot during the day....

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I experienced hypothermia about three years ago it was a very mild case but about a year ago i ... tremors and wondered if the hypothermia could have caused them? ...

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My question is regarding after getting hypothermia. While at work today, I delevoloped hypothermia, I d classify it as a mild case. My hands did go completely numb during that time. No symptoms since ...

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Hi I suffered from mild-moderate hypothermia from hiking in 3 degree weather. My temp eventually went back to normal after about 4 hours of being in an extremely heated car, although my chest hurt ...

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My husband has pancreataic cancer. He is taking chemo and oxycodene. Before bedtime he was freezing cold and had on multiple layers of clothing. His temp was 97.9. At 1:35 am it is 95.1 and his blood pressure is 80/51 and pulse is 64. Should we be...

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Dear all, I had a left chest pain . For this reason I do the following test 4 month ago. • Ecg 4 times, all result is normal, but little hypothermia according to cardiologist . • Echocardiography ...

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Give patient a heat. give them blanket, and hot clothes

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Hi Larry Low body temperature (hypothermia) has a number of causes: the most common being hypofunctioning of the thyroid gland, Get examined by a doctor. Reply with thanks.

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Hi, Newborn babies are prone to develop hypothermia because they do not have temperature center well developed in brain as like adults. You cover the baby with plenty of warm blankets to prevent from hypothermia.