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Fatigue Cold Feet Ears Ringing
For a year, I woke up with ringing ears, tophead pressure, very thirsty, and very cold feet that won't go away. Dr cannot pinpoint the problem. HelpPLS?
Tinnitus, head/ thir: Are BP, pulse normal? Had a CT/ MRI of the head? CXE? Checked for thyroid disease, DM, lyme disase? Reviewed the medications (NSAIDS and ASA can cause tinnitus-ear ringing.)). Have they checked for sarcoid or H pylori/ reflux? Consider a trial of ranitidine / prevecid for reflux. TMJ? TB? diabetes insipidus? Checked aldosterone levels? Would check herpes I titers.. Rarely multipe myeloma (U? SPEP, ...Read more
What can I do if my whole body gets cold when my ears get cold, feet, hands etc what's this supposed to mean?
Your body's response: This is merely my opinion! I believe that your body seems to have a thermostat that is most sensitive and responsive in the ears. Your body temperature is regulated by either opening or closing the circulation to your fingers and toes. (cooling your inner body temperature (core temperature) is always natures priority. This can be significant if your extremities are feeling pain or turning blue. ...Read more
Fatigue, headache, low body temp, feel cold, body pain, cold feet, hot face, dry and black skin, depression, sleepy, please tell me what should I do?
Sounds endocrine: An endocrinologist or an internist with an interest in endocrinology can point you in the right direction. There are several thyroid and hormonal problems often misdiagnosed as psychiatric that need to be ruled out. ...Read more
I am experiencing cold hands, cold feet and fever (better by: rest) (worsened by: exercise or physical activity) (severity: moderate). The following also describe me: Pale skin, Fatigue, Dry or cracking skin, and Difficulty concentrating. What should I
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I am experiencing cold hands, cold feet and ear pressure. Slight pain in neck. Frequently lean on my left elbow with head cocked 4 prolonged periods?
Symptoms: You need to see a physician to get a definitive diagnosis as your symptoms are not specific ...Read more
Cold feet all the time, keritinization on knuckles, coarse dry hair, hair falling out, fatigue, and normal tsh. What should I do?
Multiple symptoms: Since many of these symptoms, such as crusting on knuckles, coarse dry hair and hair loss are dermatologic symptoms, it would be great to see a dermatologist to have the whole picture evaluated. Other conditions besides thyroid disease can give such a combination of symptoms. What is needed is a thorough investigation. ...Read more
I am experiencing cold feet, foot pain and cold hands. The following also describe me: Pale skin, Sensitive teeth, Fatigue, and Dry or cracking skin. What should I do?
It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor.
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My results are in & I have a vitamin D deficiency. What are the symptoms besides muscle soreness and fragile bones for women? Cold feet? Fatigue? Etc.?
Studies are underway: There is a lot of attention on vitamin D deficiency nowadays. Chronic pain and fatigue have been attributed to it by some. Cold feet is experienced by many people especially women. They are farthest from our hearts and most difficult to keep warm. There may not be any pathologic reason for it at all. ...Read more
Suffering from mild fever at times dizziness cold feet ;sore throat fatigue. Just recovered from chicken pox 3 weeks have gone. Pls help?
Related? Maybe not.: This could be related to the past chickenpox infex, but maybe not. When you're fighting off one thing, it's easier to pick up another illness. Be sure to see a doctor. At the very least, i'd do a test for strep throat if I saw a patient with these complaints. Take care of yourself, and be sure not to overdo it. Eat well and good caffeine-free fluid intake! Get enough sleep! ...Read more
My 5 month old has a warm head kind of moist, a rash on head, face and back, and cold arms and legs but not cold feet?
I'm dizzy when walking and sitting/ laying down and have cold feet and warm neck and forehead. Plus stuffy head feeling... Is this the flu?
Hasinmoto's 15 years. Synthroid (thyroxine) 20 years 175 mcu. Low cortisol 1.2. Severe sweating head & neck, cold hands, cold feet, excessive bruising. What to do?
Exam: Physical, thyroid function studies, ultrasiund and nuclear thyroid scan- for starters ...Read more
B/p is 189/111, fatigued and generally lethargic. Can feel my heart beating while sitting still, ears ringing. Can it all be from elevated b/p?
Hypertension: Could be get your pressure treated to normal and reevaluate the symptoms. ...Read more
I developed tinnitus 3 years ago during a bout of chronic fatigue that lasted 6 months. The ringing is worse in my right ear. Do you have any advice?
Constant neck clicking when taking breath, turning head etc Muscle twitching Weakness Extreme fatigue Cold sensitivity Feet tingling Any ideas please?
See an MD: I would consider a nutritional deficiency or a hormonal imbalance. Both can be discovered with a good talk with your physician, and simple lab work. The neck clicking might be something else, if not really something we call Chvostec's sign, which is due to low calcium. (Since breathing associated too)...not entirely certain. Start some multivitamins in meantime....and see doc. Get well. ...Read more
Feel cold or touch?: If they always feel cold but are not cold when touching with your hand or someone elses then it is probably a form of neuropathy. If they are actually cold to touch of the hand then it may be a vascular related condition. Is there any skin color changes such as bluish or red? That is often associated with circulation. ...Read more
See below.: May be due to neuropathy or possible a circulatory condition such as Raynauds. Are they actually cold to touch or do they just feel cold all the time but warm to touch. If the are warm to touch, then it is more likely due to neuropathy. See Podiatrist for evaluation and examination. ...Read more
Skin temperature anomalies are a part of the syndrome. Please consult this site for more information in this topic:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/complex-regional-pain-syndrome/basics/definition/con-20022844 ...Read more
See a neurologist: Have a neurologist see and examine you. ...Read more
It really: Should not. I am not sure if it is coincidental or not. A turf toe sprain is when essentially you sprain the joint capsule of the first mpj. This should not causeing both your feet to get cold. Shouldn't even cause one whole foot to get cold. I suggest you visit a foot doc or neurologist. ...Read more