Acute onset of unexplained hypothermia (non-environmental)

MSDeltaFlt

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The hypothalamus controls body temp, so the problem might be there. But she should really see a doctor.

Yes. Definitely. Get a MRI. Check the brain. This sounds mechanical.
 

Peter Poggi

Forum Ride Along
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And if possible, post the findings? As a neurologically caused hypothermia sufferer I'm keen on learning more about this.
Ok here are the test results:
EEG: completely normal,
Brain MRI: Completely normal,
TCD (Transcranial Doppler, intracranial arteries, emboli detection, vasoreactivity, and a carotid duplex scan (whatever that is), also completely normal
So, great news, but no smoking gun. They are concluding that it is a vaso-vagal response.
 

RedBlanketRunner

Opheophagus Hannah Cuddler
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Ok here are the test results:
EEG: completely normal,
Brain MRI: Completely normal,
TCD (Transcranial Doppler, intracranial arteries, emboli detection, vasoreactivity, and a carotid duplex scan (whatever that is), also completely normal
So, great news, but no smoking gun. They are concluding that it is a vaso-vagal response.
Those are the exact results I got. And so here I sit, disabled, non specific nerve damage, wracked with constant muscle spasms and there isn't a thing wrong with me -except the bone test: lead presence, significant. Modern medicine still has a way to go, especially when it comes to nerves.
 

Gurby

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Ok here are the test results:
EEG: completely normal,
Brain MRI: Completely normal,
TCD (Transcranial Doppler, intracranial arteries, emboli detection, vasoreactivity, and a carotid duplex scan (whatever that is), also completely normal
So, great news, but no smoking gun. They are concluding that it is a vaso-vagal response.
Thanks for following up with the results. Glad that the scary things that could cause this have been mostly ruled out.
 
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