Symptom: Temperature Sensitivity - Cold

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Temperature Sensitivity - Cold

Temperature sensitivity to cold is a feeling of discomfort or pain when exposed to a drop in internal or external temperature. That temperature causing sensitivity varies from individual to individual.

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no matter what I do I cannot get warm6/12/2015 at 10:55 PM
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renauds to the point where my hands literally feel like ice- same with my feet and turn blue the right side is always a little colder11/25/2013 at 02:47 PM
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my body is confused lately because I am going through menopause. recently, I get cold Very easily12/10/2012 at 03:33 PM
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HOT. I can not tolerate hot. If the temperature goes above 75 degrees my head starts hurting. If it gets to 80 I will have a migraine and the hotter it gets the worse the headache is. Add being in the bright sun to the heat it is as if someone has put 1000 pounds of pressure on my head.5/5/2012 at 06:23 AM
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comes and goes col is as bad as the heat when i suddenly get hot all the symptoms seem to trigger 1/13/2012 at 05:12 PM
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