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I feel my body ho but inside then cold what could it be ?

I feel my body ho but inside then cold what could it be ?

Many things: Many things can cause this: infection or impending infection, hot flash, perimenopausal symptoms, thyroid disease, side effects of medications, hormonal imbalances, ...Or it might be normal and this is just the way you are. ...Read more

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I get cold spots all over the body .What could be wrong?

From perspective of: Traditional chinese medicine, you qi may be imbalanced. ...Read more

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My body always feels warm to the touch but i'm always cold why could this be?

Cold hands: Even normal skin feels warm to cold hands. Feeling cold could be due to poor circulation, anemia, low thyroid function among others. ...Read more

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My body sensitive from cold?

Possibly. too vague: If you have symptoms every time you are cold, you may be sensitive to cold. However, it is hard to say when you do not describe any symptoms to say whether it is likely or unlikely. ...Read more

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If body is always cold than what it means?

check thyroid: Some people just feel cold all the time, and this is not necessarily abnormal. However, it could be a symptom of hypothyroidism, usually associated with fatigue, weight gain, constipation, brittle hair, etc. It would be easy for your doctor to check out. ...Read more

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I am always cold is my body lacking something?

Thyroid Hormone?: Could you be lacking thyroid hormone? That is about the only thing that can give you those symptoms. Usually people who are hypothyroid have a host of other symptoms though. In my experience most people who feel cold are just that and nothing more. ...Read more

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I feel like there is cold water dripping all over my body, except there is no cold water. Feels like cold water droplets randomly. Could this be ms?

I feel like there is cold water dripping all over my body, except there is no cold water. Feels like cold water droplets randomly. Could this be ms?

More likely a : Peripheral nerve disorder. See a neurologist, get examined and go through appropriate testing. Your few expressed symptoms might be consistent with a small fibre neuropathy, but ms does not usually present this way. ...Read more