I am always cold even when the weather temperature is in the 80's. My doctor says that my red blood count is borderline low? Also I have acute sinusitis since I was a child; it never went away. Will this be my problem? And I get cold sores around often. In fact as I' writing this I have breakout around my mouth.
Feeling cold when it's warm out can be "chills" and sometimes is a sign of infection.
Borderline low red blood cell count is not absolutely low, not anemia.
Acute sinusitis since a child sounds like chronic rhinitis whic can be from a number of reasons, including allergies, other hypersensitivity to things in your environment including work or home.
Frequent cold sores is due to herpes simplex type 1 which breaks out around the mouth. Taking an antiviral prescribed by your doctor as soon after (or even before) the outbreak helps cut down on the duration of symptoms
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