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Fever But Cold Hands And Feet
Having flu like symptoms (cold hands and feet) with no coughing or sneezing or fever. What could be wrong?
See your doctor: You need to have an examination by your physician personally to see what's wrong.
What should I do? Nauseous headache Extremely cold hands and feet Stiff neck for 7 days now Slight fever 99.1 Dizziness Blurry vision Fatigue.
Doctor can help: Usually, when a person has more than a couple of moderate symptoms for a couple of days, she can consider seeing her doctor. If symptoms have been going on for a week, it's doctor time. She should write down the sequence of events, from when they started, and include what medications were tried, plus what makes symptoms better and what makes them worse, and give the information to her doctor.
Child has 6 or 7 small bruises on legs and cold hands and feet. Should I be concerned about anemia? He is otherwise fine (no fever, no nosebleeds, etc).
Unintentionally losing weight. Muscle ache in left arm. Frequent urination, hourly, clear. Cold hands and feet. Shaking. No appetite. No fever or pain
My 19 months old daughter has 102.9 fever in arm pit but cold hand and feet. What could be a reason? Is it serious?
Needs evaluation: Not knowing if your child is immunized or not, this could be a number of problems, both infectious and inflammatory. The long list includes a virus, bloodstream infection, ear infection, sinus infection, pneumonia, meningitis, or simply a viral cold. Have your baby examined by her pediatrician! If she is not immunized the chances of a serious infection are much higher.See 2 more doctor answers
My 19 month old has a sporatic intermitten low grade fever), w/shivers, ice cold/ blue hands & feet and splotchy skin, but acts fine. Should I worry?
Needs doctor: Please bring your child to a physician ASAP. This is not normal and may be very dangerous.
Headache, 102.3° f fever, nausea, vomiting, extreme neck stiffness, cold hands, feet, and lips. Doc said its a virus. Just gettin worse. Meningitis?
I may have a flu w/chills, ice cold hands and feet. Body temp ranges 36c 36.8c. At night I'm freezing yet my pj's and sheets are soaked. Is this norm?
Common sensation.: But usually nothing is found. The things we worry about are circulatory and nerve problems. Rarely is this a presenting problem of endocrine or rheumatologic disease. To be honest the VAST majority of patients with this complaint have no significant finding to suggest anything wrong with them.
Cold feet and hands: Pernio is caused by exposure to cold for a long period of time without freezing or by very wet conditions. Raynauds syndrome is an abnormal narrowing of the blood vessels with cooling of the fingers or toes. Cryoglobulins are proteins, which are normally dissolved in the blood, that become solids or gels when cold. These are some causes of cold hands and feet.
Not necessarily: It could be but not necessarily. Other possible causes include it just being cold. Some people can have cold hands and feet normally in surprisingly warm temperatures.
Unclear: But further evaluation with your physician is clearly required.
Possible: 51 but I know little about U. Atenolol is B.P. & B-Blocker med which lowers heart rate. If U have atherosclerosis affecting major blood vessels, Atenolo decreases blood flow to areas affected, esp distal extremities. Why do U take Atenolol & what other meds taken. Atherosclerosis comes esp from Diabetes, HTN, High Cholesterol, Smoking. Atenolol does not affect brain signif, but low blood flow can.
Unlikely but: Check w/your doctor and may need to have thyroid testing.