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My Temp was 94.7, is that too low? my dr said 94 isnt a

Hi, my Temp was 94.7 , is that too low? my dr said 94 isnt a concern is that true? but it has went back up to 96.8 later on during the day. does it vary up and down? thanks

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Anthony Bray, MD

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Got sick several hours ago, body temp dropped below 96°F,

Got sick several hours ago, body temp dropped below 96°F, have been unable to raise it. It is currently 95.6 °F, and dressed and under several layers of blankets. No alcohol involved. I have Medicare and Medicaid and no after hours nurse number I can call.

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Anthony Bray, MD

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Bowel obstruction or UTI in elderly woman who is holding off

bowel obstruction or UTI in elderly woman who is holding off antibiotics because of recurring vaginal yeast and fungal infections in feet vagina and hands.

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I have been on 100 mg of seroquel years at night to calm my racing thoughts so I ca

I have been on 100 mg of seroquel for 10 years at night to calm my racing thoughts so I can sleep. The few times I have been without it I had extreme insomnia. I'm about 5 weeks preganant and seeing my doctor in a few days. I am afraid if I keep taking the seroquel I will harm the fetus but if I stop I will not sleep I am sure of it. I quit my Ativan this past Saturday when I tested positive for a home pregnancy test. I lowered my dose of Wellbutrin from 200 mg to 150 mg (my old dose still had some left) and I quit taking my Lamictal 100 mg a day on Saturday as well. Is my baby going to be ok?

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What does a lower temperature indicate? 35.3-35.6 degrees

What does a lower temperature indicate? 35.3-35.6 degrees Celsius in a 80 year old. He has COPD and he has now a runny nose so we checkrd for fever and it is 35.6 that is confusing why?

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Dr. David

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Hi, I did a colonoscopy prep tonight and a have the chills.

Hi, I did a colonoscopy prep tonight and a have the chills. My temperature is between 96.1 and 96.9 in the past hour. Should I be worried?

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Dr. Robert

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My temp is 36 degrees been feeling tired have been getting

My temp is 36 degrees been feeling tired have been getting really cold fingers and toes to the extreme on fingers going very white, chest pain

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Dr. Sohaib

Senior Registrar Internal Medicine

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I have a long-term disorder which is treatable however the

I have a long-term disorder which is treatable however the medications seem to leave me at risk of not responding to signs of central nervous system or touch/metabolism/temp being not good. Would you be able to tell me if the stages of these two are considered in this way in practise? A)nervous hypertension, shock, work-related stress, acute hypertension B)signs of shock, mild hypothermia, exposure, exhaustionI kno AHT is not really treatable and is lifelong but some say that only the next degree beyond exhaustion can't be recovered from

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Is it unreasonable to beleive that if someone is forced to

Is it unreasonable to beleive that if someone is forced to stay outside for 1.5 hours during a cold,winter day AND his boots get flooded w/slush water mixed w/wet snow,causing very wet feet and super cold feet that the following could result:later in the day after lunch he might be capable of getting sick,including dizziness/fainting DESPITE changing to a dry pair of socks.He was not able to change boots.

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