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Always Freezing Cold And Overweight
I'm a 33 year old female who is quite overweight. During exercise (in the middle of workout) I break out in a cold sweat. Should I be worried?
Not necessarily: Heavy sweating with exercise, by itself, is not an indication of coronary heart problems, especially if you are able to continue the exercise without having to stop and if you don't experience any unusual chest discomfort, pressure, heaviness(feels like an elephant is sitting on my chest), lightheadedness or severe shortness of breath.*** If you have additional risk factors see comments below ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Freezing is to mean turning liquid into solid form by lowering the temperature. Water begins to freeze at 32 degree f or 0 degree celsius. Freezing reduces the movement of the substance/object--solid. Also commonly used in daily communication--police says to a perpetraitor "freeze" and hopefully the bad boy/girl stays solid/still (just for fun :-)). Have ...Read more
Hello.. We are planning to start family. I'm overweight. Missed my period 2 days by now. 16th Feb period date. Suffering from cold since 3 days.
My knees ache a lot especially in the cold when I'm laying.... I'm only 22 but I'm overweight ..... Should I just lose weight before I see a doctor?
Cold tingly feeling in legs and buttocks with some pain. Blood tests normal, with slightly elevated thyroid levels. 5'8 overweight female. 28 y/o. ?
Tingling: Please see your primary doctor to see why you have tingling. If he/she can help, OK. If not you will be referred to specialist who will help you with your symptoms and, most likely, help you with weight loss. All should go well over a short time. Please let me know how things develop. ...Read more
Lately i get really cold, lethargic, and lightheaded before meal times. After eating i feel better for a few hours. Not overweight, eat healthy.?
May be hypoglycemia: These symptoms could well be due to hypoglycemia, which is low blood sugar. To confirm this you should have your blood sugar tested when having symptoms and/or do a glucose tolerance test. The treatment is to avoid sugars/simple carbs and to eat more frequently. Whatever the cause, these symptoms warrant evaluation by a doctor. See http://www.Umm.Edu/altmed/articles/hypoglycemia-000090.Htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
54 y/o M, sticky/smelly stool (mustard yellow;now light brown); periodic cold sweat/clammy, diabetic, on antidepressants, ~20 lbs overweight? Cause?
23 words???: Hi. Hmmm, 23 words, no exam and no labs, and you want us to give you a cause. OK, we don't specialize in guesswork. Please see your doctor and get a proper evaluation with exam and diagnostic tests. Good luck! ...Read more
I'm overweight, tired, depressed have shaky hands, cold feet & have developed beaus lines. I've been thyroid tested before. Should i get a 2nd opinion?
My 14 yo girl has TSH .90, T3 (liothyronine) 4.55, T4 14. Had loads of hypo symptoms inc overweight, cold, tired, ovarian cysts, mood swings etc etc. Bloods normal??
Im 37years old and over weight and im my right arm is cold but its more the top of my arm and shoulder, is this something to worry about?Thanks
NO: This not likely anything to be concerned about. It likely reflects lack of enough physical activity. ...Read more
Always feeling cold and sometimes chilled. At work my nose is stuffy but just got over being sick
Why feeling chilled. I'm 60 years old
Hypothyroidism: Feeling cold/chilled when everyone else around is fine is a sign of hypothyroidism. So is being overweight/obese, although less specific. You listed hypothyroidism but no medication. Best to check w/your FamilyDoc. Ask for TSH to monitor thyroid function. Anemia could also make you feel cold, just like getting sick. But neither would "cause" overweight. ...Read more
Obesity = asthma? I am over weight, about 5'4" and 250 lbs. I recently went to the dr for another issue and began discussing how my chest feels. The only way i can accuratly describe it is that it kind of feels like I am getting a chest cold that never
Obesity ; Asthma: Obesity is associated with an increased incidence of asthma and there are multiple mechanisms for how this is thought to occur. The bottom line is to try and lose weight. Doing so will likely improve your breathing and reduce your risks for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, sleep apnea, heart disease, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hip 2 foot leg pain, sometimes foot turns ice cold. Broke knee cap years ago, not diabetic, not over weight. Cause for concern?
Go see a doctor: Pain that radiates from hip 2 toes is usually caused by a pathology above the hip. Your patella (knee cap) fracture, most likely, has nothing to do with this pain. Your back is a likely candidate, but your history of heart disease and the fact that your foot turns cold, makes me think of a vascular (arterial) cause for your pain. I would definitely recommend you see a doctor to begin a workup. ...Read more
Lose that weight.: The real key to weight loss is to just watch the size of your portions at meals, eat healthy, and exercise regularly. There's no radical diet or exercise plan or pill that will magically give you meaningful and sustained weight loss. The ol' fashioned way is still be best way to lose weight for the long term. Two pounds per week is a prudent rate of loss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Charts: Overweight is defined as having a bmi of 25-30 while obese is having a bmi over 30. Bmi is a calculation based on your height and weight. It is not perfect but a very good general guideline for most people to go by ( football athlete with lots of muscle mass may be technically "obese" on the charts while not actually having too much body fat). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Change your life: At the most basic level dieting takes no time or money. You can choose to eat less. I am sure you are busy, we all are. Do you have anything more important than your life? We each have 24 hours per day. Find a way to demand that you have earned the right to spend 1 of those hours each day to keep you alive. Would a check for $1million convince you? Would a funeral convince you? What will it take? ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Holistic approach: A doc, coach, or clinical psychologist can help you draw up a plan of action to include exercise, food plan, and stress management. This can be adjusted weekly as needed. Focus on your health more than on the number on the scale. There are lots of good books out there. Go slow and steady. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Overweight: It has its flaws but to my knowledge the gold standard measurement out there right now is the BMI (Body Mass Index). Using this chart can help you determine if you are overweight or not. In my opinion it doesn't account for muscle mass very well. Ultimately, it's using the chart and discussing your results with your PCP. ...Read more
Healthy vs risk...: Unfortunately being over weight is actually more common than normal wt these days. As long as you are active, eat a healthy/balanced diet, exercise regularly, don't smoke, and don't drink to excess, you are better off overweight than normal wt and don't do the above. Also, if you have big frame, 10lbs may not make u overweight. Stay healthy. It is a lifelong commitment, but so worth it. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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