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Feeling cold in right side of chest? reason behind that

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Dr. Julie Abbott
Preventive Medicine 46 years experience
Unusual ....: I am presuming you sense coldness, but that side of your chest is NOT colder to touch. Most would suggest an unusual neurologic problem, associated with diabetes or alcohol use perhaps, which alters nerve sensation. Other thoughts include side effect from anti-anxiety/anti-depressant medication, an unusual sign of anemia or even running a low grade fever. Plan to discuss with your doctor.

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Last updated Nov 16, 2020

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