Doctor insights on:
Hot Feet While Pregnant
Is it normal to feel very cold when pregnant (6 weeks) especially hands and feet (i use to be felling hot all the time before)?
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
I'm 13 weeks 2 days pregnant and the bottom of my feet are always hot and have a tingling sensation is it normal or should I see my dr about this?
Neuropathy: Warm tingling sensation in feet can be due to neuropathy from B vitamin deficiency (pantothenic acid, folate, B6 etc) Are you on perinatal vitamins? Did you experience this sort of thing with your last pregnancy. " burning electric foot syndrome" usually responds to vitamin replacement. Be careful not to get too much Vitamin B6 or too much Vitamin K, D, E and A.
Foot tingled w/hot shower. Now im 10 wks pregnant its gone. Mri said stenosis, anteriorlisthesis andother things. Could this b gone from relaxin hormone?
Hard to answer: I would need more information about your health, status of your pregnancy. It is imperative that you discuss this with your OB/GYN
Super cold feet and hands 11w3d pregnant taking hot showers. Hands get red but no other body part does. Don't feel overheated. Is my baby safe? ?
What is the best treatment for swollen feet and ankles at 35wks pregnant? Soaking in hot or cold water? And how to keep the swelling to a minimum?
What could these syptoms be? I am 8 months pregnant. I wasn't doing much activity but when I stood up I started to get hot flashes fallowed by sweating (alot) then tingly hands and feet. I started to get worried and am wondering what this could be?
If more blisters are popping up everyday and the pain is increasing should I get my burn looked at again? It's a second degree burn caused by dropping a pot of hot soup on my foot and ankle. I am also 24 weeks pregnant.
BLISTERY BURN: PLEASE SEE YOUR PCP OR A DERMATOLOGIST RIGHT AWAY. DO IT SOON! BEST LUCKSee 1 more doctor answer
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?
Possible neuropathy: Neuropathy can happen as a result of trauma, or nerve damage due to the consumption of alcohol or certain medications. Symptoms can range from a numbness and tingling sensation, possibly a burning sensation, to an uncomfortable painful sensation of the extremities. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the exact cause in order to get the appropriate treatment.
Hello, I been having hot feet for the past week now and I feel like it gets worse as the days go and it doesn't leg me sleep should I worry?
Neuropathy: This could be a nerve condition. If it doesn't go away soon, see your doctor.
Dilated blood vessel: Sounds like your body is reacting to something that you're allergic or sensitive to. Perhaps you ate, or inhaled, or took a medication that caused an allergic reaction, which causes histamines to be released and the blood vessels in the skin dilate. This will cause itchy or hot skin.
If only at night: I would have a neurologist perform Emg/NCV studies to see if you have an issue such a pinched nerve in your back. I wonder if you are getting the problem when you lay down/a positional issue that causes pressure on the nerve vs the time of day.
Caffeine effect: The caffeine in coffee is a pretty potent diuretic. It can dehydrate you easily. So you feel thirsty from that. Caffeine also stimulates thirst directly in the brain. Hot feet reflects a blush. Caffeine can do this also. If you are adding sugar to your coffee, then this can cause thirst as well, particularly if your blood sugar spikes. If you have early diabetes, hot feet could reflect neuropathy
Many things: Can cause your symptoms! There are a number of things that can cause your temperature to go up (viruses/bacteria, even things like hyperthyroidism!) Sometimes our blood vessels will dilate as a way to lower our body temperature, especially in warm environments - this causes the feet and hands to feel hot. I would see your doctor if it doesn't improve!
I always have either really hot feet, like sweating, or extremely cold. It's so annoying, what should I do?
Exam: You may have vasomotor instability or a metabolic issue: in either case- get examined. You question cannot be answered online.
- Talk to a doctor online
- Hot feet while drinking
- Hot springs while pregnant
- Tingling feet while pregnant
- Cold feet while pregnant
- Eating hot food while pregnant
- Drinking hot chocolate while pregnant
- Skin peeling on feet while pregnant
- Tingling in hands and feet while pregnant
- Hot tubbing while pregnant