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    Default Husband sick/talking in sleep

    So I'm freaking out. Dh came home last night complaining of a sore throat, bad headache and not feeling well.
    Anyway, he's had the chills but no high temp but he's talking in his sleep! He's never talked in his sleep before!
    What could that be?!

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    Hmmm.. when I'm feverish I talk in my sleep more. DH has talked in his sleep before when sick. Not often bit once or twice.

    Unless there are other worrying symptoms I'd suggest its due to him dreaming more and not being in a 'deep' sleep as much.

    How is he feeling this morning?

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    The same. I've called home doctor.

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    I think it is strange to have chills with no fever. Has he had panadol or nurofen? Hope he feels better soon.

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    I had something similar a few weeks ago - sore throat and terrible chills. I was in full trackies with a thick blanket and just shaking with cold. It lasted about 4 days. According to DH I screamed in my sleep on 2 of those nights!

    Hope your DH is feeling better soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I think it is strange to have chills with no fever. Has he had panadol or nurofen? Hope he feels better soon.
    I actually thought the same last night, but this morning temp did go up 38/39


 

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