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Brief squeezing type chest pain center/left enough to cause clammy hands/feet likely be esophageal spasm rather than cardiac? Aches slightly after.
May be...: Clamminess may be related to hyperhidrosis but the cold-clammy feeling may be related to a more systemic condition, like thyroid disease. Is it just in your feet or in your hands too? Keep track of your symptoms and talk to your primary care physician about this, especially if you have other symptoms or other family members with similar symptoms. ...Read more
Clammy feet =: unpleasantly damp or sticky feet.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Check with your doctor as it may be sign or warning sign of blood flow problem. ...Read more
Can be circulation.: This can be due to circulation difficulty, or it might be a symptom of hypothyroidism or vasculitis. There are vasospastic disorders, like raynaud's phenominon, that are triggered by cold exposure, with blanching, cyanosis, and redness, so the extremities must be kept warm. It would be a good idea to keep your feet warm anyway. It would be wise at this point to see your doctor and get tested. ...Read more
I'm hypothyroidism, thyroidectomy 3 years ago, is it normal to have cold clammy feet? I had this before i got it taken out.
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. ...Read more
Would sudden chest and back pain with clammy feet and diarrhea be symtoms of aortic dissection? How quickly would it progress?
My 3 month old has had for the past two hrs, clammy wet feet and hands. Otherwise he is dry, no fever. What causes that?
Nothing special: Some kids are just that way.Get a more detailed answer ›
Four days after my root canal and wisdom tooth removal, I have cold and clammy hands/feet, feel general fatigue, and have heavy legs. Are they related?
Perfectly normal: Your body is using energy to heal itself, so you may feel more fatigue than usual and this is perfectly normal. You also may expect swelling for 7 days and a fever of 99 degrees F to 100 degrees F. If you do not feel that you are beginning to improve after 7 days call your surgeon for post-op appointment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have clammy hands & feet (sweaty but freezing), hot flashes, bloating in the lower abdomen, urinating very frequently (about like every hr it feels)?
There could be: A few things occurring, and i would recommend you see your doctor in the nest day or so. This is not the forum to really diagnose someone's symptoms, could quite possible do you a disservice. ...Read more
Is it normal for my 3 month old baby to have clammy palms and feet? Sometimes he sweats through his sleeper. He isn't overdressed.
Exessive sweating. : If your house is not too hot & this problem continues, consult your pediatrician. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi. I've suffered all my life from generalised hyperhidrosis. I've got two kids aged 5 and 3 months. Both of them have clammy hands and feet. Help!
Would clammy hands and feet be because of my thyroid? my hands and feet also get really cold sometimes. would this also be thyroid related?
Can be, check w/ Dr.: The thyroid controls the thermoregulation of the body, so often when people have cold hands and feet in the dead of summer, that's a tip off! However, other things must be taken into account as well. You have a history of thyroid cancer, headache, and thyroidectomy. So make sure your thyroid panel is evaluated carefully by your doctor, and levothyroxine is optimized. ...Read more