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Cold top half of body, warm lower half. Taking medication for epilepsy, high BP. Causes?

My wife said last night that her top half of her body was cold and she couldnt get warm. Yet she also claimed also that her lower half of her body was warm. She takes a cocktail of medicines for epilepsy and high bood pressure and believes she has started the menapause... but she has never felt this before. should we be worried
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Hello,
Your wife is known epileptic and hypertension , this ghange of body temperature cannot be explained with antiepileptic drugs.second thing she has high blood pressure , ask her whether she has any difficulty in talking and sensory symptoms in face. If symptoms are not there ask for any sphincter disturbances.and weakness in limbs She requires detail evaluation by neurologist clinically, including BP control and based on her symptoms she requires imaging studies either of brain or cervical spine .Meet your nearby neurologist .Bye
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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