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Sensitive To Heat In Leg
Took 1 dose prednisone4 bronchitis,10hrs after pins&needles,crawly feeling and heat sensitivity on left leg for4 months.MRIS clear.Could med have done?
Also called Heat Intolerance, it usually signifies a need for a person to wear unusually light clothing for a given air temperature. Typically used to describe symptoms in people with an overactive thyroid gland who experience an elevation in their basal body temperature. An extreme example: The need to wear short sleeves or no socks, ...Read more
How likely is it to have MSbut negative mris?I hav heat sensitivity in my foot after strange symptoms in my leg.All thatcame up in mris was disc probs
It's possible but...: Multiple sclerosis has a number of clinical and radiologic presentations which may not always correlate. There are a number of specific components that your doctor will use to make the diagnosis which includes not only the MRI. Consult your neurologist in order to ensure your evaluation is complete and other conditions are considered as well. ...Read more
After taking a dose of prednisone i had sudden numbness&strange sensations in left leg.Lingering heat sensitivity in left heel since then.MRI brain/spine show herniated disc,osterarthritis&anteriorlisthesis. Was worried about ms but mri neg. Thoughts?
Not related to Pred: but could possibly be to the herniate disc. The doc who ordered these tests should interpret them for you. Good luck! ...Read more
End of shaft raw and Very sensitive to heat. It's been 5 months & I've been celebate 4.5 years. Area constantly wet/sticky.
Here are some...: Go to be checked so to assure no recurrent chronic inflammation . infection in long tight foreskin. In the meantime, keep up adequate topical hygiene. However, it's still hard to make an accurate Dx without a direct look at. So, seek evaluation by a urologist timely. Best wishes... ...Read more
Exam needed: It could be from dental caries (tooth decay), broken or defective fillings, nerve inflammation, dental erosions, abrasions or abfractions, gum recession, or perhaps just very sensitive teeth. See your dentist who can give you a thorough dental exam and determine the cause(s). ...Read more
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Thermal Sensitivity: Any number of causes, including but not limited to cavities, loose or cracked filling, cracked tooth, or trauma. Best bet is to see a local dentist for an exam. ...Read more
I have a tooth that is sensitive to heat and cold and it also seems to hurt when i bite a certain way. What could cause this?
I was just prescribed an epi pen for sudden allergic reactions. Is it safe to keep one in my car since they're sensitive to heat and cold?
No: My advice to patients regarding storing the epi pen is treat it like potato salad -- you wouldn't leave potato salad in your hot car all day and then eat it would you? Same with the epi pen. Additionally, the recommendation is that Epipen (epinephrine) always be on your person or immediately available for use. Severe allergic reactions can occur anytime and seconds matter. ...Read more
Lots of Causes: There are several tongue conditions which can cause those symptoms. Most of them are common and pretty harmless, but some of them can be more serious, so you should have that checked by an oral surgeon, ent, or a dentist. It will give you peace of mind to know what's going on and how to handle it. Don't take any chances with your health. Get some help. ...Read more
Every time I chew alot of meat/ rough food during the day I experience gradual intense pain in between my left molars. Not sensitive to heat/cold.
Worth a dental visit: You may have loosening of the molars or subtle infection under the gums. Have your dentist take xrays and evaluate. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
No: If they are done properly, sealed well they should be fine. If its deep silver or composite would possibly irritate. ...Read more
But there are other things that would cause sensitivity in addition to cavities.
Could be fractured teeth, gum recession, abfractions (damage caused by malocclusion), and many other reasons. Please call your dentist to determine cause of problem and applicable solutions. ...Read more
What can possibly cause my body to be so sensitive to heat. Can it be the lisinopril or metoprolol?
Cold, makes my skin swell, turn purple and burn, I don't know y. But i'm very sensitive to heat, i'm always warmer then most ppl. Am i allergic?
Raynaud's phenomenon: This is a condition of vascular instability triggered by cold exposure. It is characterized by rapid changes when exposed to cold causing the digits initially to turn white, then blue, and upon rewarming - red. It can be related to autoimmune diseases such as lupus so you should see your doctor for blood tests to check for it. If all is good, ask about taking a calcium channel block-nifedipine. ...Read more
I have a tooth that is sensitive to heat, cold and air. Dentist said there was nothing wrong in the x-rays. What could it be?
See below: It could be a cracked tooth, it could be a little recession that exposes the root surface which can be very sense. You may have a tooth that has pulpitis and this is not visible on radiograph. If it gets worse you likely will need root canal. If it is along the gum line then it is likely the recession issue and may get better. If concerned call your provider or get a second opinion. Good luck. ...Read more
My hands have been peeling none stop and they feel raw very sensitive to heat no matter how much lotion I use it comes back? What could this be from?
Peeling hands: Peeling may be due to a post strep infection.If your hands are frequently in water, peeling can also occur. ...Read more
I find that whenever I am close to or on my menstrual cycle I get hot and overheated very easily. Like my body temp gets extremely sensitive to heat when I could normally tolerate it for longer?
Just a theory....: During the second half of your menstrual cycle, your hormone levels are at their highest. You might be retaining fluid during this time. Hormone levels drop in the premenstrual period and the kidneys remove that excess fluid. If you're relatively dehydrated, you might be more susceptible to heat stress. Perhaps drinking extra fluids will help you tolerate heat better. ...Read more
My little toe is purple on top, itchy, dry and slightly painful, very sensitive to heat and have not stubbed it or hit it, what could it be?
Permanent crown (from 2 months ago) for cracked tooth is becoming increasingly sensitive to heat and cold. Do i need to go back to the dentist?
Return to the dentist that authored the crown, he most likely expressed the possibility for further treatment if symptoms should develop. The dentist that diagnosed cts is the one to see. He may have been using the crown to further investigate the health of the tooth. Read this article explaining cracked tooth syndrome
http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc3467890/. ...Read more
Why do I feel so dizzy and heavy/weak/nauseous during hot days? Lots of ice cold air/water helps, but I am sensitive to heat, why? What else can I do?
My molar is extremely sensitive to heat for two weeks. I went to the dentist today and he saw nothing on the x-ray. He replaced the filling but it is still sensitive. What should I do?
Multiple causes but:: Heat sensitivity usually comes from 1 of 3 causes: pulpitis (infected/inflamed root canal), "high filling" or a crack in the root. The x-ray will be "negative" until the nerve "dies" or root fractures. If your dentist has replaced the filling (likely due to decay under the old one), then it is likely that the nerve is damaged. Have your dentist run diagnostics for root canal and cracked tooth. ...Read more
Had retreatment of two root canals...Having heat sensitivity with one of the molars treated-shouldn't tooth be "dead" now, not sensitive?
Endo retreat pain: Root canal retreatments are about 60-80% successful. A flare-up--sensitivity to thermal changes or pain when biting--are very possible. If you were prescribed antibiotics and/or pain medication take them as directed. If pain persists return to your treating dentist for follow-up. ...Read more
I'm very sensitive to heat & vocal noise, no tachycardia &sweating, no other somatic problems as i know.Thanks thanks for your responsibility.
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