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Posted by: Rozelle | 2011/02/20

pins and needles in right hand and cold feet

i have been waking with pins and needles in my right hand and feet always col when i go to bed wake up very cold

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Dear Rozelle
If you suffer from pins and needles in your right hand and constant cold feet and also wake up feeling cold, you should please consult your medical doctor so that he/she can do an examination to determine what is causing these symptoms. The problem is that there could be a variety of conditions that cause these symptoms, many of which require medical treatment. For example, pins and needles in the hands and feet could be due to poor circulation, vitamin B deficiencies, the so-called carpal tunnel syndrome, etc. Feeling cold could be caused by hormonal imbalances (thyroid, insulin) and even anaemia, but the dr must test which condition is causing these symptoms before you can receive the correct treatment.
So please see your doctor ASAP.
Best regards
DietDoc

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Posted by: DietDoc | 2011/02/21

Dear Rozelle
If you suffer from pins and needles in your right hand and constant cold feet and also wake up feeling cold, you should please consult your medical doctor so that he/she can do an examination to determine what is causing these symptoms. The problem is that there could be a variety of conditions that cause these symptoms, many of which require medical treatment. For example, pins and needles in the hands and feet could be due to poor circulation, vitamin B deficiencies, the so-called carpal tunnel syndrome, etc. Feeling cold could be caused by hormonal imbalances (thyroid, insulin) and even anaemia, but the dr must test which condition is causing these symptoms before you can receive the correct treatment.
So please see your doctor ASAP.
Best regards
DietDoc

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