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Could Exposer To Chlorine Be Cause Of Sweating
Can CRPS cause temperature changes in both legs from the thighs to my feet or would be something else? Could anxiety cause this?
Yes: Yes, temp changes can happen with CRPS. Anxiety can make a number of medical issues worse, and could be causing CRPS to act up. There are meds to help both of these if needed, and physical therapy is a big part of treating CRPS, which can be a difficult diagnosis to treat. Good luck. ...Read more
Skin burning body: Many things: allergy, meds, bad sun burn. Discuss with your Dr. and tell them all meds you take including OTC stuff. ...Read more
Sun sensitivity: I am unsure about the neuropathy and would need a description of symptoms that you ascribe to neuropathy. Solar dermatitis is common and causes skin redness, puffiness, sometimes blistering and itching. Sun avoidance and sometimes topical steroids are beneficial. Medication related solar dermatitis can also occur and can be based on irritant or allergic affect. See dermatologist for confirmatio ...Read more
Lots of things: How i caught on that i had tb. If it's really and truly a night sweat, get seen by your physician now. We don't want to miss endocarditis, tb, or something else really nasty-but-treatable. ...Read more
Depends: The skin is an integral organ system that responds to our state of health. Depending on the disease that you are referring to, there may be different corresponding skin conditions. In addition, a medication(s) prescribed for the illness in question can also lead to many skin problems. ...Read more
Probably not: Allergic reaction r usually mediated by an antibody called ige in the body. Ige has to bind usually large molecules, such as proteins to cause an allergic reaction. Water molecule is very small. It will not be recognized by human ige. So no one will be truly "allergic" to water. In the rare cases of aquatic urticaria, contact of skin to water can trigger hives, but not a true allergic process. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What autoimmune disease could cause a significant decrease in sensation from head to toe and if not why would this not be possible?
Autoimmune: Complex question. Any autoimmune disorder that can alter the central nervous system could cause sensory changes. Ms, lupus, sjogren's and many diseases that are not exactly autoimmune but cause inflammation or demyelination can cause this (b12 deficiency, et al). There are some peripheral neuropathies that can be autoimmune and cause numbness. See a good neurologist. ...Read more
Depends: It depends completely on the level of exposure. ...Read more
Few options: Humidity, if high can do it. If you mean very warm, the inability to cool upper airways (as they warm air for lower airways) can do it. If tropical or fertile, can be pollens / molds. If desert, can be dusts (or still molds/pollens). If a firefighter--might be smoke ; toxic gasses. :) unfortunately, many options means need good history and exam to narrow down and diagnose properly. ...Read more
Bad radiator: That was just a joke. Our sensation and tolerance to things like heat are all different. There are also things that can cause that. Our hormones like the thyroid can affect our tolerance to heat, for example. It is best to see your doctor to find out if anything is wrong. ...Read more
What could be the cause of too much unpleasant sweat in between the legs, (groin0 irrespective of bathing thoroughly and frequently?
Hyperhidrosis: This symptom is called hyperhidrosis. None of the medications that you are on cause it. Common medical causes include: thyroid problems diabetes alcoholism infectious diseases like tuberculosis parkinson's disease rheumatoid arthritis stroke heart failure cancers like leukemia and lymphom primary hyperhidrosis please be evaluated for these by your doctor. ...Read more
What could be the cause of Ammonium smelling urine? And mucus in bowel movements? Could the two symptoms be connected to the same cause?
What can possibly cause my body to be so sensitive to heat. Can it be the lisinopril or metoprolol?
Depression: Seems like you are suffering from depression basing on your symptoms of fatigue, hopelessness and poor concentration. Consult your physician for therapy. Lisinopril and metoprolol doesn't increase heat sensitiveness. Hyperthyroidism could increase heat sensitivenss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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