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Hyperthyroid Sweaty Hands
Can be circulation.: This can be due to circulation difficulty, or it might be a symptom of hypothyroidism or vasculitis. There are vasospastic disorders, like raynaud's phenominon, that are triggered by cold exposure, with blanching, cyanosis, and redness, so the extremities must be kept warm. It would be a good idea to keep your feet warm anyway. It would be wise at this point to see your doctor and get tested. ...Read more
Faint like symptoms. Excessive sweating (under arms) purple/blue finger/toes. Exhaustion. Irritable?
Heart palp feeling, nausea, sweaty palms and soles, jittery. Feeling warm all over, especially in face. Feeling faint like. BP 96/72 Pulse 96?
I experienced lightheadedness, heart palpitation pale skin cold hands and feetand dry mouth? It happened twice? Is this hypoglycemia?
Could Be: The symptoms are correct, but you would have to check your blood sugar to know for sure. Have you ever had a hemoglobin a1c drawn before, or done a fasting blood glucose test, or glucose challenge test? All good at determining if you have any blood glucose control issues. Your pcp would be your best avenue here. Lastly, if you ate something with simple sugars after your symptoms, did it help? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Profuse sweating of armpits runs down body even when not active feet sweat profusely too always drenched help!
Over-active sweating: Hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating, typically of the palms, soles of feet, and/or underarms, that occurs when the person is not hot. People who have it avoid shaking hands because they are embarressed by their constantly sweaty palms. Multiple treatments are available. You should go to sweathelp.org for more information. ...Read more
Hyperthyroid symptoms w/ normal tsh. Weight loss/hunger fatigue/sleep prob, puffy face, sweat, low blood sugar, anxiety, dizzy if stand, dry skin acne
I am always fatigued. Sensitive to heat. Morning body temp 95.6-96.8. Cold hands and feet. Anxiety. Panic attacks. Weight gain. Puffy feeling in face?
Get a general: physical exam to r/o obvious causes--diet, weight, circulation, allergies and other possible culprits. Panic w/o physical causes is a psychological problem, so go see a mental health pro. Learn all you can about anxiety. it has a cause and 33 known sx's. Here's a place to start: http://www.psychologyproductsandservices.com/page2.html ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hypersensitive skin toes/feet burns/stings horrible. Cold toes seeing vascular. Not ms. Crp 10. Normal thyroid. Stiff/painful joints hands, feet not ra?
My hands are alwayss sweaty, sticky & clammy. Seconds after i wash with soap & dry they sweat and become very sticky '& uncomfortable. I have palmar hyperhydrosis?
Likely: Sounds like excessive palmar sweating = palmar hyperhydrosis. Best care starts first in family physician's office. Surgery can be quite successful for appropriate candidates. While done often by experienced thoracic surgeons (vats), it is chest surgery (major surgery). There are risks and benefits. Appropriate candidates should be selected. This link to consensus: http://goo.Gl/voqx5. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None: Try an antiperspirant. If this is not satisfactory, see a dermatologist. "Natural" does not indicate that any product is safe or effective: it is a meaningless term meant to swindle you. Poison ivy, lead and carbon monoxide are all examples of natural substances. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If an ebola infected.one touches sth. with sweaty hands or drinks sth. of a glass, for how long does the contagion hazard exist?
Uncertain.: Please see “Pathogen Safety Data Sheet- Infectious Substances” for Ebola @ http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/lab-bio/res/psds-ftss/ebola-eng.php ** It states “Filoviruses have been reported capable to survive for weeks in blood & can also survive on contaminated surfaces, particularly at low temperatures (4°C)” 1 Experiment recovered no Ebola from contaminated surfaces at room temp. ...Read more
I keep getting cuts on my hands it's literally a layer of skin they look like paper cuts. Not cause of dry hands always use lotion have sweaty hands?
Im born already having sweaty hands and feet.they said if it is developed it can be curable .. If inborn it is uncurable..Is it true? Any suggestions?
Sweaty infants : No need to sweat at your baby's sweaty hands at this age! if the condition is truely diagnosed, it is called hyper-hydrosis.It is 2 types, generalized and focal. Focal hyperhidrosis is due some def. in the sympathetic nervous system., which controls many automatic body functions, including sweating. This problem may be partly caused by genetics. Hopefully your baby is going thru adjustment period. ...Read more
I get sweaty hands and frequent muscle spasms all over my body even when I'm not nervous. They both usually go away on vacations.What could cause this?
Possible Anxiety...: There are a multitude of possible reasons for these symptoms. From simple anxiety and stress to a host of endocrinological (glandular is an old term) or metabolic changes. I would stop caffeinated beverages (coffee, soft drinks/sodas, etc.) and probably see your Pediatrician or Primary Care Physician. The vacations may or may not help support anxiety as a reason, but not necessarily. ...Read more
Is it a side effect of of fluoxetine sweaty hands? My hands are usually dry but after taking 20mg daily for a week, I've noticed significantly sweatier hands.
It's possible: This is a potential side effect, which may not be related to dose. There are approaches to this, as diverse as switching medications to laser treatments to botulinum toxin. Discuss with your prescribing physician for potential options that might work for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Potentially: There is a condition - hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating - that is heritable and can cause sweaty palms. A ucla study revealed that parents with sweaty palms had a 28% chance of passing this on to their children. Of course, sweaty palms can be a symptom of another disorder, so you should always consult your doctor to get a thorough work-up to rule out other causes for sweaty palms. ...Read more
Hyperhidrosis: Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition in which a person sweats excessively and unpredictably. People with hyperhidrosis may sweat even when the temperature is cool or when they are at rest. Treatment my include: antiperpirants, medication like robinui, iontophoresis, botox, or endoscopic thoracic sympathrctomy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sympathectomy: A sympathectomy via video assisted thoracic surgery (vats) is a procedure that divides the nerves that cause sweaty palms. In most large studies 90-95 percent of patients having this procedure were very pleased with results and would recommend it to a friend with the same problem. It is typically an outpatient procedure done on both sides at the same time with 1-2 tiny incisions in each armpit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: The dose of Botox to treat excessive sweating will depend from patient to patient based on the severity of the sweating. In my experience I have found that it takes at least 100 units in total with 50 units given to each hand to achieve the desired effect. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sweat and blushing: Often this combination suggests you have an emotional problem and a visit to a Psychologist would be in order. If this is not the case you must discuss this with your primary care doctor. He/she will take your history, complete a physical exam, and order necessary lab studies. Hope all goes well. ...Read more
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