Depression symptoms chills

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I'm on day 26 and I still feel weird I guess we all just need time it ***** but I guess that's all we have right now I'm not having alot of symptoms with chills or rls Im just still just very tierd maybe in month wen we talk well all be much better that would be great :) hang in there
I have a variety of symptoms, but one in particular I can't get information about. The feeling I get is similar to getting a cold chill, except it is in just one area at a time. Like a patch on my arm,leg,head,face, never at the same time. Sometimes when I look there will be a stream of goosebumps maybe about 10-20 in the area I am feeling the "chill sensation". I would really like to know what could cause this symptom. Has anyone ever experienced this, heard of this?
The problem is the body chills that I have most of the time. I now use and ellipical trainer every day for 40 minutes. I also had blood work done. No signs of an infection. PSA levels very low, total blood count excellent. Liver, kidney, thyroid functions normal. I have been very anxious over this stressful situation. Depression, mood swings etc. Can this exaserbate the problem. Need advice. Thanks........
I have been feeling dizzy/lightheaded on and off for a few months. I have bouts of fatigue eyerday for the last few months. I also have chills everyday. My hands and feet are always cold and I have been diagnosed with Raynauds Phenomena. My hand and feet tingle everyday. I feel very weak alot of the time. My neck feel inflamed at times and feel like there is a lump in it. I also see auras sometimes. I have anxiety and depression which I am being treated for as we speak.
hiv did not cross my mind until week seven when chills would not stop...hiv - with antibody test at week 7....chills and headaches did not stop...approximately 9 weeks after exposure began to feel pain under chin and in armpits and chest...night sweats continuously for last 2 weeks...pillow and sheets are pretty wet......headaches got very bad since then and have hard time controlling them even with advil...
Hello: I'm a 54 year old male...I started getting the shivers/chills through my body about a month ago and still have them everyday all day!!! have also had chest pains for just about a year now and they can't find anything. They got so bad on Monday night 5/12/08 I went to the ER and they kept me over night and did some more testing; found nothing. They did find some spine problems about 2 years ago and I don't know if that has anything to do with these problems.
hepatitis can cause all kinds of symptoms from depression, to hurting all over, fevers, weight loss, and so on. im sorry , you have been thru a lot.
Hello, Are the symptoms of feeling cold and chills(shivering) accompanied by any fever?If yes,then it can be a bacterial or viral infection. If there is no fever associated then it can be due to hypothyroidism,anxiety and panic atteacks,hypoglycemic attacks,hyperhydrosis(excessive sweating),anemia,infections,B complex deficiency and premenopause in women.Sometimes, patients who have recovered from a febrile illness continue to experience chills in the convalescence period.
It seems I can`t move without chills! The past few years my eyes have symptoms of dry eyes. Meds from eye Dr. don`t help.Lately my eyes are getting worse, although this past April Dr. said my eyes are fine 20/20. I have to keep blinking to see clearly, and at night was seeing double on road signs. For years I have had numbness in all my toes. Just recently my back gave me severe pain, and neck pain is always present. Pain extended down my right leg and into my foot.
Just to clarify, the list I posted are symptoms you "can" have. Not everyone will have these symptoms. Some will have none, some a few. Like a few others posted, they had no symptoms. That is why this disease is so nasty and hard to eradicate. It is sneaky and reproduces at such a fast pace. Eventually the battle that goes on between your immune system and HCV will cause you to feel symptoms. The most common being fatigue & joint pain.
I have always known my ANA to be positive due to a blood test i took a few years back with a Hemotologist. I was going then for symptoms of Mild Depression/and Anxiety attacks that I was experiencing. I had been put on Lexapro and stayed on it for a year. About a year later, i came off of it, and was fine. However, i felt that my anxiety was coming back last October so i started the lexapro again.
I'm 25 years old and lately, i've been having consistent anxiety and lack of appetite. this has been accompanied by clamyness, sweats, feeling overheated or chills, overactive thoughts (keep me from sleeping), jitters and fluttering heart, muscle aches, extremely thick and hard to clear white phlegm from sinuses, constipation and depression. my doctor's done a bunch of blood work on me and said that the results came back all normal.
Okay, the symptoms you have described here definitely dont sound like depression symptoms. It sounds like whatever is wrong with you can be serious! You are depressed too it seems, because you have mentioned pulling away from friends and family, which is a sign of depression. But, depression as well as other mental health problems can also be a result of many physical underlying illnesses. I know you mentioned not wanting to go back to doctors, but its the best thing for you to do.
Just like coming off any opiate, there is an emotional w/d as well, and depressive symptoms are common. Obviously, that's going to be worse in someone with a history of depression. Have you ever tried therapy for an extended period of time? Therapy really can be so helpful in teaching someone how to cope. Are you on a sub program, or doing this on your own? One possibility is you're tapering too fast. It's usually better to allow a person to stabilize in between steps down.
I have a lot of the symptoms of what is described to be ankylosing spondylitis however things have pregresses. I have been seeking help for my pain, fatigue, occasional chest pain/soreness, and chronic back & shoulder aches. If anyone has any idea what area I need to investigate in please let me know, I am visiting yet another new doctor on Monday. I have just had my 3rd child 4 months ago, I exercise almost daily and I'm within the normal range for my weight.
hi- i,m new to this forum. Can anybody tell me why the depression i feel whilst detoxing from tramadol is so severe when i am prescribed and take regular paxil for depression.
What worries me is the swollen hands and wrists. And the upper back pain is still come and goes and experience's chills in the evening. I dont know whether the lymp nodes on my writs is swollen or not sicne I don't know where they actually are.What could be the real reason for it. and when will it disappear? Please advice me....
I suffer from generalized anxiety disorder especially exegerated hypochondria which then leads to depression..I've been like this for more than 2 years now! Chills like goose bumps in periods are normal symptoms of this disorder right?
Some 30 months ago I started getting depression. Loss of interest in everything, sleeping all the time, no energy,a real personality change. I did nothing for at least 6 months. It stay the same so visited a doctor, and having told him I had suffered from depression some years before (well I was told thats what it was), I was put on to anti-depression meds. No change. Another type was tried...no change in mood.
* moodiness * mild occasional depression * chills * restlessness * fatigue (not so much anymore- but when I was on the Tramadol, I was constantly tired) * no motivation to do much of anything * I don't exactly feel like 'myself' at times..
I have been on 20mg through 60mg per day of Aropax (Paroextine) over the past 11 years for anxiety attacks with agoraphobia (no depression as such) and while I don't mind being on medication for life if it keeps me sane but as I age (I'm 36) I am concerned I might be ignoring a worsening condition.
I actually liked day 1-4 better because day 5+ always sucked for me because the physical symptoms were at a minimum( allowing me to fully experience the mental depression) and the manic energy of early detox was gone ! You are right ! it is so not you .It is merely another phase of withdrawal and it is called the "general malaise" period.
I finally got to post!! I have been experiencing severe withdrawal/depression the last few days, so much that I have found myself crying on a few occasions, I have been feeling like there is no way out of this awful life style, and if I get close to being clean, I get scared when I think of leading a sober life..... I can't handle it anymore, I lie to everyone, I hurt everyone and I waste all my godamn money on drugs, what the hell is the point?
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The with drawel feelings have started about a week ago chills etc. but the black depression really hit today. How long does that usually last and should i tell the doctor what is going on.....any thing they can do to help?
Recently i have been experiencing severe mood swings. strange symptoms also occurred and im not sure if they are correlated.
At first I thought it was some kind of depression and then I thought it was symptoms of the flu coming but I dont feel sick. When I got home I started to have chills. Could someone please help me and give me their opinions as to what is wrong with me and what I could do please?
I know - this will sound rather 'stupid' considering all the research I have done on lyme -----but----- does anyone know what lyme symptoms are ?!!
• hives • swelling of the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs • itchy scalp along with painful scabbing • purple/ blue painful legs from the hips down • hoarseness • difficulty swallowing or breathing • pain in the stomach or lower back • confusion • unusual bleeding or bruising • vision changes • fever, chills, and other signs of infection • depression • mood changes • excessive worry • irritability • intolerance to cold • cough • upset stomach • heartburn • l
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