A 23-year-old female asked:
I'm hypothyroidism, thyroidectomy 3 years ago, is it normal to have cold clammy feet? i had this before i got it taken out.
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Dr. John Munshoweranswered
Family Medicine 32 years experience
Could be: Thyroid disorders can cause several issues, including but not limited to cold or heat intolerance, etc. Other conditions, unrelated to thyroid can be a causative factor such as raynaud's syndrome, where a person can get cold feet and even cold hands at times. If the symptoms cause a major problem in your life, seek an evaluation for possible causes, as there can be tx to help. Best wishes.
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