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My Hands And Legs Hurt When They Are Exposed To Cold Temperatures Is This Normal
Yes and no. : Small arteries in the fingers and toes normally constrict when exposed to cold and can be uncomfortable but if you experience severe pain or develop ulcers, this may indicate small vessel vasospastic or inflammatory disease (i.e. Raynaud's or buerger's disease (though the latter is usually associated with smoking)).You should see your primary care physician for evaluation, especially if severe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Left side of my head hurts badly every now and then,with dizziness feeling and sometimes, i wake up with hand numbness and my legs hurt when driving?
See your PCP: for consultation, tests and possible referral to a neurologist. ...Read more
I am experiencing leg pain, wrist pain, painful swollen joints bones hurt all over hives on legs arms hands and face fever with chills extreme fatig
Systemic illness: You need IMMEDIATE evaluation and possible treatment ...Read more
I have numbness/tingling on both wrist/legs hurt w/vibration and twitching also have lower back pain. what can this be?
I have disc protrusion 2 years i dnt have back pain and leg pain now days i feel numbness on hand when i sitting in floor. Do i need surgery?
I got a sting by some unknown insect on my hand it got a small hole and white pus was devloped.Hand was swollen.Used anti inflamatory.Leg pain lot?
See below: If you are not sure what type of insect stung or bite you and your hand is not getting better i would immediately go to a clinic for an evaluation. Some insect bites particularly spiders can have lead to a severe infection to the soft tissue . Get it checked out good luck thank you. ...Read more
Was taking Lyrica @ 600mg per day for around two years for idiopathic leg pain. Reduced down as leg pain gone but since tapering off have had pain in forearms and hands. Finished Lyrica two days ago and now in a lot of pain. (Arms) Could this be wd ?
Suggestions: Am rather unclear as to validity of term "idiopathic leg pain", as there is always a cause. Fact that the Lyrica (pregabalin) helped suggests your correct diagnosis is a peripheral neuropathy, which needs evaluation. Highly recommend a second opinion. Suspect you are correct about your Lyrica (pregabalin). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers