Sensitive teeth in cold weather

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in my private life it´s also not that easy as i have to avoid going indoors during summer time. the paradox about my problem is that as i sufferred from cold weather in my home country, i moved to a hot southern one and suffer here even more ... :S i will really appreciate any suggestion that helps. thank you. i look forward to hearing from you.
I was griding my teeth in a bad way. I paid 600.00 for a night guard to wear, it did nothing for me. It comes and goes. Hope you feel better.
teeth and jaw sensitivy, mild pain/pressure of head (back of head, side of ears randomly, top of skull), dry lips, sweating hands and feet (i am not sure if it is because of the cold weather here in the Philippines). Just to add, I have this congested feeling in my nose ( sometimes in the left and sometimes in the right nasal) for I guess, more than 5 years) but no discharge of anything.
I am so sensitive to cold that if any cold water hits my body, or my sheets are cold, or a cool breeze, ANYTHING COLD, puts my body into a shocking pain. Its like when you eat icecream when your teeth are sensitive to cold, only its through my whole body. Does anyone else have a problem similiar to this?
I tried going to see a neurologist today but due to the weather here in the northeast, noone could see me. I have an appointment on Monday morning but I don't know if this is too long to wait to see what is wrong. It is now still on my left leg, on my left forearm and hand, by my right shoulder and now on my stomach again. I am not sure if going to a hospital will help since my appointment is 2 days away. I am in trememdous pain every time I move. Any advice would help.
I used to be fine swimming in cold weather, and going out in the cold until about a year ago. Now anytime I have the goose bumps, i start to get the hives. I havn't seen a doctor, because by the time i get an appointment, their gone. I've read up on cold urticaria and the hives usually appear on the face, hands, and neck. However, mine only appear on my upper legs, spread to my lower legs, and my hips. Anyone have any ideas on the best way to calm the itching fast?
Has anyone had the experience of suddenly feeling like a part of your body was ice cold. Tonight my left leg suddenly started to feel like it was sitting in an ice bath. It is not cold to the touch though, just perceived as cold. I just can not shake th ecold feeling, the rest of me is comfortable. Is this somethin that happens with MS? This is my first experience with it...I do have other issues with this same leg in the last 2 years...
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--------- Friole - I'm going to come and smack you hard in the head...how DARE you rub in to us that you have gorgeous warm summer weather while some of us are in the birthing pangs of WINTER!!!!! BLAH! Oh how I HATE the cold! When the wind chill gets to be like thirty degrees below zero.....I'm going to be thinking of you probably sitting in your nice 60 degree sunshine! ;) Just kidding cause I wanted to say hello I never see you anymore *sniff sniff* (wipes tear).
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I also have been dealing with intense pressure in my head for the past two years. Since I have fibromyalgia and am very sensitive to weather changes anyway, it was just assumed this symptom was related to this. It continued to worsen, tests were negative and an MRI was done--it confirmed some degenerative disk changes in my C-spine. My M.D. states there really isn't anything that can be done.
I can now tell when an episode is coming so I automatically strip down get two washclothes wet with cold water grab the trash can to sit in front of me and get through the 20 minute ordeal that absolutely drains me. If anyone has figured it out please let me know. I would love to find a treatment.
The flu has passed epidemic rates in much of the country, and if you don't have a cold, I'm sure you have a friend who has the sniffles, fever, chills, aches and pains of a viral upper respiratory infection. This is different from a bacterial infection such as sinusitis, bronchitis, or pneumonia. A viral infection doesn't improve with antibiotics as these infections do. A virus hijacks your own body's healthy cells and uses it to reproduce and spread.
I also experience these weird pains in my head that come for about a second and then go and come back again every 10minutes or so. These pains are in 1 area in the back of my head in about a 1 square inch area.. Any ideas???
Hot baths start making me weak and the pins and needles in my hands. 2007 Jan Over sensitive type pain spreads to side of trunk of body unable to touch the area as very painful also the same around the top of my left leg. Went to doctor she prescribed aclovir and takes blood work up all normal. Suffer at time with constipation again with pain cleared with senna this problem comes and goes. Stay on senna as a regular way of clearing problems.
I am so irritatable and go from being hot to cold in a skinny minute. I have NOENERGY which is always the hardest thing for me to go through. Please send me some support, I know in a few days I will be over the shakes etc. but I feel so alone. So much is the mental part in knowing I have no pills so I spiral down because I am lost without them. I MISS THEM!!!!!
However, I do feel slight pain if I press on it (I assume it is normal because the rest of my breasts are sensitive in the same way). I also am very self conscious about the way it looks when I wear sleeveless shirts. I am considering getting it removed. For those of you who have gotten your excess tissue removed, was it done surgically? What was the price range? How was the scar? Did the lump ever come back permanently?
I am 50+ healthy and fit and not on medications that would affect bleeding. I notice they happen more around my period and in hot weather. My brother gets them too. Seems to be a minor vascular fault, amplified by age. Not a sign of anything worth worrying about.
At first I thought it was because I was wearing a hair band, but it is now 4 days later and the indentation is still there and it is still sensitive, especially in the center. Starting today it has also started to feel like it is on fire at times and then goes to a dull ache. Just like a few of you, I had a head injury when I was younger that required a trip to the hospital complete with x-rays. I did have a concussion, but can not recall exactly where.
- muscles seem very, very tight in head, shoulders, and back all of the time - night sweats - anxiety due to not knowing what is going on - shortness of breath - bad stomach aches - tired - difficulty sleeping - vision changes - blurry, flashes, spots - neck pain - off and on - heart races and skips beats (I am on atenolol for PVCs) - trembling - can't stand heat, I need it cold in order to be comfortable Any input would be great!
I believe I will try DoctorSams suggestion with the ice. But perhaps a cold compress. Where I'm from there is no such thing as cold water out of a faucet. In the interest of finding the common ground I will describe my scenarios and physical characteristics. I'm 38 about 20 lbs overweight. i do not workout but use to be in construction so i am still in pretty good shape. The extra pounds come from working behind a desk the last 2 years.
apperance-like prolonged water exposure even though he wasn't in water. Sensitive when peeling. Dad is a nurse, so we keep record of episodes. Course runs 7-10 days!
My sinuses burn and feel like they are cold and I have a headache in the middle of my forehead.. It is hard to explain but it is a miserable feeling.. I was recently on penicillin for a bladder infection and my mouth was so sore I could not eat. I am wondering if certain meds trigger this re-action. I am 71 years old and have had a few allergies and sinus problems, but otherwise in good health..I wish you all the very best and hope we can find something to stop this...
Just read an article on this. One time when I was about 25, living alone in an apartment. I awoke ( yes I was coherent) and sensed something I looked near the bedroom door and saw what appeared to be the shape of an older man. I could see his red flannel shirt, he had a tool belt around his waist like repaimen or plumber wear, the thing is I could see right through his body, He was just looking at me, I felt no fear or anything I blinked looked again and he was gone.
I've had eczema in my ears for 15 yrs. It is very cyclical, starting w/intense uncontrollable itching, then clear fluid leaking from skin, followed by crusting over & flaking of skin in ears that is itchy in & of itself, leading to more scratching & picking at ears. The skin in my ears gets very damaged and ratty during outbreaks. I also have swelling of the ear canal after these itch/scratch episodes that are sometimes quite painful, & Motrin helps that. ENT Dr.
If you recently underwent a CCK- assessment of gall bladder contraction, then you had a test which is very sensitive for the diagnosis of gall bladder disease, even in the absence of gall stones. If the CCK test is normal but you still beleive that the problem is the gall bladder, then removal of the gall bladder would be needed. If the pain persisted , then a problem in the gall bladder was not the cause.
and they remained chapped through warm and cold weather. Never saw him chew his lips and he wasn't really breathing through his mouth much. Just want to mention it in case it helps someone else...
Last week, I had a tooth get really sensitive to cold and pressure, on the opposite side from my TN. I called my dentist's office, asked if they could check my X-rays and see if there was a noticeable issue (hoping that it would be something simple). I was told I needed to be seen, and made an appointment for today. Over the weekend, I noticed pain on the other side, and discovered an abscess.
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