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Warm Flush In Foot
Sudden warm flush feeling from head to toe&felt extremely tired/heavy weak went to ER bloodwork good&tests neg for anything life threatening any ideas?
When u n tests don't: Agree it means that the doctor was not thinking hard enough! Hopefully you are feeling good but if not you have to find the right doc for you. Get and read "You Medical Mind" by Gerry Groopman. He is a Prof of Medicine at Harvard and he also writes for The New Yorker, The NYT, The NY Review of Books and others. He is a Yeshiva Bucha and has written several other books too all of which I recommend ...Read more
You haven't mentioned much, but if you have warm feeling in your feet please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility.
They will take your information, check your feet, and possibly perform an xray.
Hope all goes well. ...Read more
Cold feet: Warm feet without socks? Try a blanket when at rest, if you have no open sores or intolerance to warm water you can try soaking your feet in warm water (no longer than 10 min.). Test the water with your hands before soaking your feet so its not too hot. Make sure to dry your feet especially in between the toes. You can apply lotion to your feet afterwards, (not to the interspaces.). ...Read more
Wear socks?: Not sure if your doing that already..... ...Read more
Socks: Socks are probably the easiest way.Get a more detailed answer ›
Warm Feet: This is the first time I hear about this problem. It is interesting to know about your experiences of being warm, and if this relates to a sexual trauma of any kind. Being anxious at times creates a puzzling situation in life, since we cannot know exactly what causes our fears. Maybe you can elaborate more, and talk to a therapist to see if this symptom relates to some other problems. ...Read more
Cover and Protection:
Carpets on the concrete
socks on the feet. ...Read more
What are some ways to help keep my body tempurature and feet warm when attending lengthly cold events?
Bundle Up: Wearing warm clothing is the number one answer. Second - try drinking warm beverages to heat up the inside of your body. Lastly - there are warm "packs" that you can get to safely keep feet and hands warm - check out your local "outdoors" store. ...Read more
27yr male feet r almost always warm as compare to whole body temp, no any risk factor, what is the cause?
No issue: As long as he does not have any other symptoms such as fever, swelling, joint pain or rashes, or autoimmune disease, it is most likely just s normal variant that some people have. Our get are very sensitive to environmental temperature and if it is very hot and a healthy person has warm feet, with no other symptoms, its most likely normal. The heat may be due to extra vascular dilation, normal. ...Read more
Neuropathy: I would recommend a neurologist to have Emg/NCV studies. ...Read more
I have a warm sensation on the bottom of my right foot that comes and goes what could that be caused from?
Burning Foot: The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of foot burning sensation. There are likely to be other possible causes, so ask your doctor about your symptoms. Diabetes, peripheral artery disease, peripheral neuropathy, claudication pain, sun burn, chemical burn, heat burn, peripheral nerve trauma, peripheral nerve compression, sciatica, cold, cerebrovascular accident. ...Read more
Is it normal for fingers (the tips) and feet to take longer to get warm? Or this a condition or something?
Fingers: The end of your extremities always take the longest time to get warm so do not worry about it ...Read more
Hi I get woken in the night with a warm rising feeling from my feet right up my body are these hot flashes?
Possbibly: Usuallly start in women after childbearing years or frank cessation of mensrrual cycles. Unpleasant, however, very treatable by your GYN. ...Read more
Feet are always cold, like so cold you don't want to touch, but if they get warm the rest of me gets hot. What's the deal?
Get a check up: You may have "raynuads phenomenon". Please consult your doctor for detailed history and thorough physical exam. Good luck! ...Read more