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I have been told by others that my feet don't actually feel very cold to the touch, just slightly cool. This is very painful. I have always gotten cold hands and feet when exposed to cold (never been tested for Raynaud's, but I assume I have it), but never like this. It happens in both my feet, however is worse in my left foot. My hands also get cold for no good reason (right now they are cold and I am just sitting in my house), but not as severe or as often as my feet.
http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Multiple-Sclerosis/cold-feet-literally-that-is/show/671985 Here's one on Raynaud's: http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Multiple-Sclerosis/Anybody-else-get-this/show/1059805 Hope it helps!
I HAVE RED HANDS AND FEET EVER SINCE I TOOK BIRTH..MY PARENTS HAVE CONSULTED VERY HIGHLY QUALIFIED DOCTORS..OF INDIA.. BUT THEY ALL ARE UNABLE TO ANSWER ANYTHING REGARDING IT..AND WHAT ARE THE CAUSES.. FOR IT..I HAVE BEEN PASSED OUT SEVERAL TEST..LIKE BLOOD TEST,URINE TEST,HEART DIAGONISES,, BUT.. ALL THE REPORTS WERE FOUND NORMAL SOME DOCTORS.JUST ASSUMED THAT IT WILL BE FINE AFTER FEW YEARS.. BUT NOW IT SEEMS..IT SPREADING ALL OVER MI BODY..
You definitely sound like you have Raynauds - I know as I have same condition. The blood test they talk about sometimes is a waste of time, raynayds syndrom & phenomenon are more or less same thing. Freezing cold hands & feet, sometimes nose too, then all of a sudden, they are too hot, red and drive you insane. My problem started with pregnancy - only way I could sleep was a pack of frozen peas under each foot - people thought I was bonkers!
I suffer from severe itchy and painful hand and feet whenever they are exposed to cold. There is no spots, blistersor color change, but they are extremely painful and extremely itchy. I can't so much as carry something cold in my hands, walk on tile floor barefoot for even a few seconds before itch starts. Basically it's whenever they start getting cold. The pain and itch is found no where else on my body expect for the hands and feets.
I am a 43 year old male non smoker. All winter I have had cold hands and feet much worse of my left side. I was under investigation for a numb patch on the left side of my back around the T8 region and had an MRI of the full spine this was normal. around the time of the investigation for my back by my GP I told her about the problem I have been having with my extremities. my feet and hands are normally really warm but not this winter. they are not cold all the time but it comes and goes.
My 16 month old son has had cold purple hands, feet and lips off and on for the past few days. He does have a cold, and has been raspy/wheezy at times, and coughing only a bit. His classroom at daycare is somewhat cool, but usually kept at around 70 degrees. (I work at the Childcare center, so I know the regulation of the heat around the building throughout the day.) None of the other children are experiencing this phenomenon, so therefore I am a bit worried.
( No sore bbs, even my nips are not a sensative at this point !!! ???
So I'm a 16 year old male and I have really red, cold and dry skin on my face, hands and feet. So pretty much all the places the body conducts heat. I never really had a problem with red skin until recently. It doesn't look like a rash and it's been here too long to be anyways, some people said it might be acne, but you don't get acne on your hands and feet. I think it may be tied to poor circulation, past sunburns or just irritated skin.
I thought this was from sugar and wine but I haven't had any alcohol in weeks and my hands/feet are swollen again. I have been cleaning and working a lot with my hands but certainly not my feet!
While searching for info on thyroid and circulation problems, I came across Raynaud's phenomenon, a sensitivity of the feet/hands to temperature changes that can affect the penis as a result. My hands/nose don't go cold unless I'm in the cold, but my feet can go cold real quick and STAY cold during winter. I think this may be it. Regarding possible diabetes, after looking that up, the only symptom that I do have is the cold feet. But I will get a blood test to see. Thanks for your help!
So glad to have found this forum. I too have been having numbness in both hands and both feet - more prominent in hands - for about 4 months. It's constant. Last year started feeling tingly sensations in my head. ENT gave me sinus meds and lots of pricey tests--no conclusion. Neurologist gave me the nerve test in arms and legs - nothing unusual, thank God, but no diagnosis either. I'm in pre- very close to menopause. I don't have hot flashes- some night sweats but I've had that for 15 yrs.
Does anyone have a nail issue also? After I got this itch problem my fingernails got infected and 4 doctors I have been to don't know what it is or how to treat it.
The only symptoms I had before I was diagnosed hypothyroid were missed periods, tiredness and cold hands and feet. AFTER I went on synthroid I began having panic attacks and then chest pain, heart palps, shortness of breath for months on end. It was horrible.
For the past 3 months now I have been having strange symptoms like nausea, dizziness (extreme at times), headache behind the eye and sensitivity to light, joint/muscle aches and stiffness mostly in hands and feet but occassionally like a full body flu-type attack, weakness in wrists, cold feet and hands that feel like they are plunged in ice water whenever I take a hot bath/shower, constant feeling of cold so that I just can't get warm, occasional hot flashes and chills, exhaustion and sleepine
As she got older her hands and feet stayed EXTREMELY cold and a purplish almost black color. The only time her hands and feet get warm is when she is in a very warm bathtub, and then they turn a bright pink/red color. After about 30 minutes her feet go back to being the purplish almost black color. I've brought it up to her pediatrician and they did an ecco on her and it came back normal. The pediatrician said that she would grow out of it- Not the answer I was looking for.
As she got older her hands and feet stayed EXTREMELY cold and a purplish almost black color. The only time her hands and feet get warm is when she is in a very warm bathtub, and then they turn a bright pink/red color. After about 30 minutes her feet go back to being the purplish almost black color. I've brought it up to her pediatrician and they did an ecco on her and it came back normal. The pediatrician said that she would grow out of it- Not the answer I was looking for.
I had a total thyroidectomy 18 months ago, and after surgery had something similar occur - I felt shaky and my hands and feet would go tingly and numb. Turned out to be hypocalcemia. This can be diagnosed fairly simply by a blood calcium test. If your body has not been metabolizing vitamin D effectively, this would be a logical jump, as the body needs vitamin D to absorb and use calcium.
The tip of my nose seems thinner. Like i can see how thin it is and it feels cold. My hands and feet feel cold all the time. I get nasal sores alot I have since I can remember tho.
My 6 year old daughter has cold purple feet/hands or red hot feet/hands all the time. This condition started to be more noticable around the age of 3. The doctors have ruled out heart problems and Raynaud's and they are completly stumpted. All they say is that they will monitor the situtation. She has such a rare disorder (7p duplication & 10q deletion) I find that people are afraid to try a treat her at times.
It involves headaches (mainly top and back of head that feel like pressure), pain around the eyes, extreme sensitivity to light (i wear sunglasses 24/7), red eyes, discharge from eyes in the morning, chills (mainly cold hands/feet), weakness, dizinesss, fatigue (especially getting out of bed in the morning) Some odd triggers that make the headaches and pain around the eye worse include: wearing a hat and strong indoor florescent lighting, computer/tv, sunlight.
I've been diagnosed with Raynaud's and get cold feet/legs, cold hands, and cold nose. Even my ears get bright red at times, but not sure if that is from Raynauds. I have a very lacy looking patter in my legs and doc says that is classic Raynauds. I never really noticed color changes so much, but mine is wide spread so it's not as easy to tell. I've also noticed that the cramps I get in my feet and calfs are worse when my legs/feet are cold.
I completely agree with eagle 51! I figured this out with just common sense. I thought well when my hands, feet & whole body is cold I tighten up trying to get warm & cold is painful...so I can only imagine what it feels like to just sit in the same position while your body is cold without movement. I call my daughter an incubator baby because she too has CP & likes warmth. She always likes to wear warm socks & at night fleece pants & blankets.
My hands and feet also get very cold and sometimes the only way to warming them up is by a warm bath or running hands under warm water. My hands/feet/nose do not look blue or very white from being cold, but they definitely are hard to warm up. I have never been diagnosed with Raynaud’s but I do have fibromyalgia. I am confused... I also have bad allergies and just recently went to the doctor for a very stuffy and painful nose.
I dont know it to be a symptom of bulemia, but purple feet are a sign of poor circulation are her feet cold to the touch, are her hands and nose also cold or discolored?does she have tingling or numbness in feet or hands? If yes to any of these question all the stonger that she not getting good circulation Id get her to go to her general practioner.
Since I was about 14 I have had cold uticaria (never tested) but I get hives all over my face when outside in the cold and all over my body when I swim. I am now 25 and female. I live in northern Michigan so I have problems year round. The winter is horrible and in the summer swimming is horrible. I dont't only get the hives. After swimming I feel very strange as well, almost like I am severely intoxicated, and in the winter sometimes something in my nose swells so much it plugs it.
Anyone ever get red, hot hands (and sometimes feet) intermittently? I have lupus, too, but this is a new symptom for me. My right index finger is actually quite warm and red as I type this. My hand will get noticably red and warm, for no reason.
toes and nose stay cold, get numb and hurt, frequently, as well.... doc finally said i'm allergic to cold! HAH! imagine that!?
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