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Our body is warmer than usual always

By October 30, 2009 - 3:48am
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Hi ,
Mine n wife's body is usually warmer. How do we reduce the body temperature.
We have already tried tender cocunut , but it does not have an effect on us.


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Hi, Karthick.

Has your wife taken her tempoerature during these episodes? Is it a normal temperature (around 36.8°C or 98.6°F)?

How long has this been going on?

And by saying that she feels this way "in a place which leads to sofacation" are you meaning that she feels hot inside her chest? That she feels that she may suffocate, or not be able to breathe?

Does this happen often? Or does it only happen, say, after some exercise or exertion? Or at a particular time of day?

Has she ever had her thyroid checked?

How old is she?

Please let us know some more information so we can help you.

November 2, 2009 - 8:04am


Thank you for asking and welcome to Empowher.

Can you clarify your question for us please? Do you have a fever? Or is your body temperature slightly elevated?

There are many possibilities as to why you may have a fever. A fever may be a response to a viral or bacterial infection, cause by heat exhaustion, an extreme sunburn, due to certain immunizations, or medications. Usually a fever is treated with Acetaminophen or Motrin if it is high. A low-grade fever is actually not advised to be lowered due to masking of symptoms and prolonged illness.

Please let us know if this is what you were asking.


October 30, 2009 - 5:31am
(reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Hi Rosa,

Thanks for your response. Sorry for not being clear . Its not fever and a sudden elevation. She gets stomach ache due to heat and end up with vomiting which makes her feel better or drink much water as immediate relief. Its very evident due to body inner heat as she feels so in a place which leads to sofacation.. Does is clarifies ?


October 30, 2009 - 7:50am
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