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Avatar f tn Ever since I got pregnant my hands have been really cold I know it's cold outside but i'v never had this problem before.
Avatar f tn My hands always feel cold after i take allergy medication. Does this happen to anyone else? And why does it do that?
1302779 tn?1287405029 This can often result in one having cold hands, or just being cold in general. Many people attribute things to just getting older when it's actually their thyroid causing the problem. Age can cause these symptoms but it wouldn't hurt to rule out any thyroid issues. My kids make fun of me for my knee socks because my feet are always cold, and I'm older than you. I always wondered when I was younger why older women always had a sweater on when it was warm outside......now I know.
Avatar f tn Last week at his violin lesson, his violin tutor was going to be away for three weeks so she gave him homework in lieu of violin. On the way home from violin lessons, my son had the biggest tantrum about the fact that his violin teacher gave him homework over summer vacation when he wanted a home work free summer. He is still upset about it today that he expected a summer break that would go 100% right, and his summer plans didn't go exactly right. Do you think I should make it up to him?
Avatar f tn But I have always been really athletic and I play violin. Until last year. Biking too much hurt my knees, and my body just collapsed. Since then I have had debilitating knee pain, wrist problems, TMJ...pretty much all my joints are messed up. No Drs know whats wrong with me. My blood tests have all turned out negative, for Lyme's, rhumatoid arthritis, etc. X-rays of my wrists and knees are perfectly normal. Over the last year the pain has been ongoing, often so I can barely walk.
Avatar m tn Hello, Various possibilities such symptoms are trauma and allergic or irritant contact dermatitis like washing dishes without wearing gloves,contact with harsh detergents,soaps and lotions that contain perfume can cause hands to become irritated and peel.Sometimes cold, dry air can cause peeling and dermatitis or fungal infections can also cause peeling. In your case I feel that it can be due to eczema or contact dermatitis. Wash the areas several times with fresh water.
1671473 tn?1450592437 s Syndrome, some hypothyroid patient experiencing a cold feet cold hands of course sensitivity to the cold, if symptoms continue a cold feet cold hands Raynaud's Syndrome can be one of the reason? so thats why im always cold hands & feet? or just one of a hypothyroid symptoms only? So far i dont feel any strange symptoms, & i always take my medication thyrax (150mcg) every 5am, but if my thyrax gone im gonna choose synthroid well another adjustment?
Avatar m tn There is still a small amount of pain, but I am very aware of how much strength I am losing in my finger. I am due to start a Masters in university playing violin in 5 weeks so need to start rehabilitation of the finger as soon as possible, but don't want to further injure the finger.
Avatar m tn It soon showed up on the outside of it, opposite where it was on the inside part. Originally we thought it was just a cold sore, so I put some medicine for that on it and slept on it over night hoping it wouldn't get worse. Now it looks like what is in the picture. Any idea what it could be? I haven't eaten anything out of the ordinary, unless the food at Subway had come into contact with something I am allergic to.
Avatar m tn I think you are talking about those cords which can occur if one or more lymph nodes were removed. These are scar tissue, or more specifically, fibroid lymphatic vessels. i have been asking a lot of questions and this is the best answer I have received. curiously, it appears that this never used to be a problem in the past much but is a fairly new development. The worst case my PT has ever seen was in a woman who only had one lymph node removed. I have it as well and these come and go.
Avatar f tn I find that doing tai chi helps my balance and playing the violin and other activities help keep my hands stronger. As they say use it or loss it. My advice is to do things to help keep your movement and things that help keep your mind and body sharp. Then maybe your stress will lessen and that might reduce the shakes as well. I agree with the last post as well. Good luck and stay strong thats all we can really do in life.
Avatar f tn My feet and hands are always freezing cold and my feet although they are cold, they sweat . I'm always under blankets about three and I have socks on. Do any other pregnant mom's feel like this?
Avatar f tn My hands are almost always very cold and sometimes after that they start to sweat, and sometimes it's the other way around. They start to sweat then get very cold.What could be the reason for that?
709686 tn?1277432159 I think 20mg is the standard dose, to be taken between 1/2 hour and one hour of your major meal of the day. Because of an extreme problem with acid reflux I took as much as 80mg daily for a short amount of time before surgery, but I took 20mg daily for perhaps twenty years with no known side affects. I think if I were you, I'd check with your doctor about the symtom of cold hands after eating sugar, and do so at once, it sounds like a diabetic issue.
Avatar n tn I am writing this for my sister. In the winter she gets extremely cold hands and feet and her fingernails turn purple. She is not normally that cold to touch, as much as she feels cold herself. It actually causes pain. It leaves in the summer but in the winter its pretty bad, socks doesn't help, etc. She is only 21, so I was just wondering everyones take on it. She hasn't went to the doc yet...
1748105 tn?1314473206 I have been using forearm crutches to get around, but they are definitely causing problems and pain in my hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. Because of this I have been using my wheelchair more and more. I was just wondering if anyone had any info or experience regarding this situation. I should add that I am a professional violinist, so protecting my arms is vital.
Avatar f tn I slammed both my wrists hard on the wood floor and for a good 2-3 minutes I knelt there while I watched my hands shaking on their own. They soon started swelling up and it's been this way through the night. I don't feel any pain when my hands are immobilized, but my movement has been restricted by a lot. I can move my hands up and down, but the side to side movement is almost imperceptible as it sends shooting pain down my arm.
Avatar f tn When my hands are exposed to the cold they turn red and become swollen, sore and itchy. It's very much like an allergic reaction. In fact, the first time this happened I thought it was a reaction to some soap I had used. I was outside without gloves in 34 degree weather this morning for about 20 minutes. My hands had a reaction after about 10 minutes. I've always had cold hands and feet, but this is only the second time I've had this sort of reaction.
Avatar n tn Whenever I get cold my hands start itching really bad. It only happens to my hands though. I never get it on any other body part and I do not encounter swelling or hives. Is this just a mild case of Cold urticaria or something else?
Avatar f tn Also forgot to mention I play guitar and violin if that makes a difference.
Avatar f tn I have hyper mobility in my fingers... so bad that I had to stop playing the violin in middle school, because it was causing issues. I would say I forgot my violin at home, because I didn't want to deal with my fingers acting up when playing... I am not sure if they are a specialist, they are in the same facility as my neurologist, I see him through Dr. Bath Green at the University of Miami. When I was referred, my referral letter says "EDS" on it.
Avatar m tn ok, it sounds like your hands get chaped from the cold weather. put some warm cloves on or buy some of those packs of hand warmers. then your hands will stay warm and wont turn red. the heat is from your blood circulation warming your hands back up from the cold weather.
Avatar f tn Just within the last month when my 13 year old daughter gets cold, her hands & feet turn purple. What causes this?
1291214 tn?1277058191 So I'm 17, and I've been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about 2 1/2 years ago. But ever since last year, I've been experiencing shooting pains in my joints, mainly in my fingers/hands, right arm, knees, and shoulders. I get pain in my back and thighs too. And ever since this year, I've been getting swelling in the fingers or my right arm, mainly the pointer and index finger.
Avatar n tn I went to the ER and was admitted for testing for heart irregularities, but everything on that score was absolutely normal -- the doctor discharged me with a diagnosis of playing too much violin (said the upper chest and jaw and head sensations were from practicing too much -- why this hadn't ever happened during the past ten years that I have played the violin never occurred to the doctor) and put me on naproxen!!!! I learned about brain zaps after googling lexapro withdrawal!!!
Avatar f tn Thanks for the boost! I found myself in the livingroom after my last post dancing with my daughter and singing. We are a musical family. My hubby plays guitar and sings at small venues, my 4 y.o. loves her guitar, my 15 y.o. plays drums, I play violin and sing, and my soon to be 19 y.o. plays guitar too. After typing that out, "By George", I'm gonna break out my violin! Havens touched it in nearly 2 yrs!!!
Avatar m tn Hi there, i have been having a problem the last couple of months with my hands, everytime im out working, or just out with mates and its cold or chilly my hands tingle and white bumps appear all over my hands. They look like stings from nettles and its unexplainable and irritating, any help would be great thanks.