Children 3 Years Of Age Sweat When Cold Body Temperature?
My 3-year-old son is sick of cough and flu, but strangely how come when his body temperature is cold sweat appears even though the temperature is not hot, then his child is limp just lying down? What are the causes and solutions? Thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sweat that arises when the surrounding air is not hot and when the person himself does not have a fever is called cold sweat. These complaints can arise due to various possible causes, such as:
Viral infection Recovery phase from dehydration or lack of fluids Decreased blood pressure Low blood sugar levels Oxygen deficiency Congenital heart disease
Our advice, if your child has not previously been examined by a pediatrician, check with your pediatrician. This is important because regardless of whether the condition is simple or complicated, mild or severe, the possibility for these symptoms to be symptoms of a dangerous disease exists, especially because you include information that your child is weak and inactive. Therefore you should check your child, and later your pediatrician will conduct a history of excavation including your wife's pregnancy history first, how the delivery process, and your child's overall health history for the last 3 years. Your pediatrician may also conduct a supplementary examination if needed. At this stage, even if there are severe conditions, they will be detected from the beginning so that the right treatment can be given quickly.
Meanwhile, there really isn't much independent handling at home that you can do except keep your child's nutritional and fluid needs, keep the room temperature not too cold for him, and keep him away from cigarette smoke and sick people. So, hopefully answering your question.