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Cold hands and feet. Even with 2 pairs of socks on my feet are ice cold. Luke warm shower feels extremely hot on my feet. Left side is always colder?
Are warm showers as therapeutic as hot showers because really hot showers make me feel suffocated?
Yes: Really hot showers can actually be dangerous if you are pregnant or have blood pressure problems. They can cause your skin blood vessels to dilate to try and cool you down. This will divert blood from your brain to your skin and can make you dizzy to the extent that you might faint. The main therapeutic effects of hot showers are that they make you feel better, so do what works for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cold and hot sweats. In bed spots on forearms,and body feels all heated up and kinda flushed face?
Any medicines: You're on? which can be a reaction, please see your doctor for evaluation ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Tough question: If you are asking if icy hot causes that sensation, then "yes". It is a counterirritant like ben gay and basically "overdrives" the nerves so you don't feel pain. If you are saying you have a sensation like when you put it on, then you may be experiencing nerve injury from your conditions called "neuropathy". This can be caused by many things and needs to be evaluated by a doc. ...Read more
Can hot water make neuropathy worse? Seems like my feet and face itch and tingle (fall asleep) after a hot shower or bath .
Yes it can: Any excessive stimulation of the cutaneous (skin) nerves by temperature, pressure or touch can make the neuropathic symptoms worse. ...Read more
46 female having problems losing muffin top,I'm a runner and do hot yoga 3x week . Eat well, don't like my waist.
Red, itchy rash on wrists and right below onto forearms. Hands are dry from washing & cold weather. Lotion burns rash & hot water is painful.
Irritant dermatitis?: If you wash your arms and hands a lot, the skin gets dry. Once it gets irritated, anything you put on may hurt you. The itching and blister point more to a contact allergy. Try avoiding scented or antibacterial soap and too much washing. If problem persists, talk to doctor or a dermatologist to pin down what the culprit may be. Patch testing may be needed. ...Read more
Trigger: If your headaches are migraine events, not uncommon for bright sunshine to act as a trigger. There are multiple other triggering events, both externally and internally, and you can google lists of foods and events that can create problems, if you are susceptible. Not the heat but the light (photophobia). Preventative meds can help. ...Read more
Feet cold a lot. Spider veins hurt after hot bath. Both legs turned red, some rash, severe itch. Got better 20 min with cold cloth. Have polyeuropathy?
Swollen red hot bottom tip of toes worse as day goes on .Feels like walking on glass.Tried soaking and anti-fungal cream?
In bathroom, heated floor, drying hair, husband in hot shower. 25 weeks pregnant. Hot - can I overheat?
Not likely: Unless, of course, you spend a long time in the bathroom. Use a thermometer, the temperatire should not be more than 99 degrees farenheit. ...Read more
After hot showers have red rash on thighs, knees, and feet. Feet r bright red, swollen, & numb. Same symptoms on hand 2 nights ago, any thoughts?
Took hot bath, both legs turned red, had bad itching with rash. Put cold rags on. Felt better in 20 minutes. Feet are cold a lot.. Have spider veins?
I've had constant itchiness on scalp, neck, forearms, wrists, calves, genitals, abdominal, inner thighes etc. Worse at night, showers soothe...Help?
Depends on the cause: Many, many things cause generalized itching. Itching is almost always worse at night, and showers usually soothe it, whatever the cause. You need an exam to determine the cause. You can try a long-acting antihistamine such as Allegra (fexofenadine) (now over-the-counter), but that just treats the symptoms, not the cause. See a dermatologist. ...Read more
65 year old female have lots of cough+asthma+feel cold & wear woollen cloth in hot weather+lose sudden weight?
Asthma: It is best that you get examined by your pcp pretty soon. ...Read more
Why?????: Why?????? There is specific places in the body that's not supposed to-be exposed to icy hot,like face, premium, scalp. The amount you applied could be critical,theoretical body surface you are applying, the more the body will absorbed,and definitely this kind of medicine Has never been approved to-be safe for a large area. Iwill go back to my first question. Why anybody want to do that.??? ...Read more