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Clammy Hands And Feet Pregnancy
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!
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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
Started ivabradine 2.5mg and having burning sensation in chest and cold clammy hands and feet & feeling sleepy?
Call your doctor : Who prescribed the ivabradine, can be unrelated or due to another drug you are on, or due due to a drug-drug interaction, best wishes ...Read more
Nausea for 5 days. clammy hands and feet and moments where I feel hot. No fever. Not pregnant (on the pill). I have an anxiety disorder but I'm not sure if this is related. I also have felt too gross to eat much. Bug or anxiety related? Any ideas?
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
Brief squeezing type chest pain center/left enough to cause clammy hands/feet likely be esophageal spasm rather than cardiac? Aches slightly after.
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
Clammy hands: = wet or sweaty hands.Get a more detailed answer ›
Clammy hands: Sweaty palms can be completely normal, the product of stress or worry. When they are constantly clammy, regardless of situation, weather or stress level, it may be due to hyperhidrosis. This condition is one of overactive nerve impulses causing sweaty palms, soles and underarms. It can be very isolating, and many people never get diagnosed. If it concerns her, have her see her dermatologist. ...Read more
Ca or alpha blocker.: 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. Calcium blockers like Nifedipine and Alpha blockers, like prazocin can help raynaud's. See your doctor and get tested. ...Read more
Experienced a wave of anxiety the last few weeks and now that im more calm i have frequent mild sweaty or clammy hands. Normal?
Not unusual, but: Normal? No. You're fortunate to be past the wave, but even these milder anxiety symptoms are just that - not terrible, but not normal. You can probably learn how to lessen them or avoid them in CBT therapy or meditation. It doesn't seem severe enough to risk Rx side effects, but some Dr's may suggest that. Think hard before you do that. Best wishes! ...Read more
Very tired, tight chest, clammy hands, palpitations, bloated I have a slight cold but healthy I am only 30 what's wrong ?
11month old seems a bit warm.Clammy hands but no fever seems fine just a bit tired with a light cough. Can i give her over-the-counter med? If needed
Pt c/o sudden weight loss, "panic attacks, " difficulty breathing, stuffy sinuses, cold clammy hands. History of heavy etoh and htn. Wt s ds?
Really?: Primary hypertension is not common (less than 10%) before age 40. Sudden weight loss is also rare. These two "facts" need to be confirmed before jumping to any conclusions. If leave out these two items, what's left is heavy alcohol, and a list of anxiety symptoms. Alcohol withdrawal tends to cause anxiety symptoms, increased blood pressure, so when did this "pt" have his/her last alcohol drink? ...Read more
I have clammy hands, rapid heart rate, & anxiety. I took six 25mg generic Benadryl all at once three hours ago. Is it an overdose?
Yes it is overdose: took 6 25mgm caps makes150mgm.That is three times the maximum one time dose of 50mgm. can be taken every 6 to 8 hours.We don't know when you took it.Maximum daily dose is 300 mgm.Benadryl has a short half life&gets out of your system rapidly.It causes sleepiness,confusion,,ringing ears,blurred vision,dilated pupils,dry mouth,shaking,fever,insomnia,hallucinations,shaking&seizures.If any sympts goER ...Read more
I am experiencing chills, leg weakness, shaking hands or tremor, clammy hands, shortness of breath (time frame: gradual onset) (worsened by: psych...
During 22 week pregnancy,whole body swelling,especially feet and hands,what to do? And is there any safe diuretics during preg?
When should I worry about swelling during pregnancy? My hands and feet are already swelling. This didn't start until 7 months with my other son.
Pregnant now?: If you aren't pregnant, just note if the swelling is gone in the morning but recurs by afternoon/evening, especially if you are on your feet all day. Also, check your blood pressure frequently. If still a problem after a few days, see your doctor. Same applies if pregnant, just make sure you get to your doctor soon, and check blood pressure twice daily. If >140/90, see your doctor immediately. ...Read more
Water, exercise: Swelling in pregnancy is pretty hard to avoid. The increased blood volume and lower blood pressure dilate the distal vessels and they become "leaky". Keeping your blood moving via exercise, drinking lots of water and periodically elevating your hands and feet will help. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My feet and hands are swollen, they were like this during my pregnancy why are they still like this?
It is a Virus.: I suggest you check with your ob. ...Read more
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