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When thyroid tests are normal, why am I so cold?
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Dr. Bac Nguyen
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Thyroid is just one
There are several reasons you are feeling cold.
..And low thyroid is only one reason. When you are generally not healthy, you may feel cold sensation even your temperature maybe normal. Vasoconstriction of the skin/superficial tissues causes low blood flow and thus feeling cold. Some meds can do this. Raynauds' syndrome is one of prime example. Consult doc for some eval/treatment. Good luck.

In brief: Thyroid is just one
There are several reasons you are feeling cold.
..And low thyroid is only one reason. When you are generally not healthy, you may feel cold sensation even your temperature maybe normal. Vasoconstriction of the skin/superficial tissues causes low blood flow and thus feeling cold. Some meds can do this. Raynauds' syndrome is one of prime example. Consult doc for some eval/treatment. Good luck.
Dr. Bac Nguyen
Dr. Bac Nguyen
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Dr. David Sneid
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
In brief: Who knows?
If your thyroid is normal, that's just the way your body feels.
Sometimes it depends upon your weight. Your thyroid controls many things, but it isn't responsible for everything that happens in your body. Some people just feel cold, and others feel warm. Try turning up the heat or putting on more clothes.

In brief: Who knows?
If your thyroid is normal, that's just the way your body feels.
Sometimes it depends upon your weight. Your thyroid controls many things, but it isn't responsible for everything that happens in your body. Some people just feel cold, and others feel warm. Try turning up the heat or putting on more clothes.
Dr. David Sneid
Dr. David Sneid
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