Hi Iam facing an unusual problem with my father, his pulse rate is high and temperature low, and notices weekness, what part of body is this problem associated with. we have consulted many doctors, and alas we cant find any diagnosis, would you please help. His heart is normal,I think ikt might be problem with the nervous system. What tests are required? Worried plz reply soon
He does yoga, eats healthy, walks. What remedies should be taken?
I am 18 (female) and even I have the same problem. low temp (between 96 & 97 F), high pulse rate (around 125 non while resting) & weakness.
I also don't know what's wrong with me. my uncle is a physician but all he says am stressed because of studies. its dur to anxiety. but he is a bit mad. I guess. I don't worry at all. since he is a doctor...I can't even go to other doctors :(
if u ever come to know what this problem is all about. do tell me
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