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Cold hands and feet
Hi, I have really cold hands and feet for 3 weeks now...came on suddenly. It changes throughout the day from feeling normal to extreme cold. Sny thoughts?
Fever with cold hands and feet
My son is 4 years old he has a fever but his hands and feet are cold he has chill bumps and every so often shakes a little what could it be or what should I do
What is the cause of cold feet and numbness after ankle sprain?
I went to the er on Wed. around 4am , they took xrays andbtold me my ankle was sprained. they gave me some pain medication and a plastic ankle brace. they told me to use the RICE method , and I have been. But the next day I woke up and the swelling had spread. so I continued the RICE method. They...
Having cold hands and feet as well as dizziness.
Cold hands and Feet as well as dizziness - any explanation? I m 15 and have abonormally cold hands and feet depite the rest of my body being normal temperature. I also feel faint and dizzy when I stand up after sitting or lying down. Is there anything to wory about ? If not, how can I stop this...
What is the cause of cold hands and feet?
Hi, My fingers get so cold that they hurt when I m outside in the cold weather or in the warm house. If I try to heat them they hurt worse weather by warm water or heater. They feel like someone dropped a sledge hammer on them. It makes me cry cause it hurts so bad, even after I ve been in the...
Thank you for your query.
Wrap the babies by completely with thick clothes.
Wear gloves and socks to hands and feet.
Keep babies in close contact with the mother.
Hope I have answered your query.
Hi, If your temperature is below 102°, no treatment is necessary beside waiting for the fever to pass. Take an over-the-counter medicine such as ibuprofen (Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol). Taking a lukewarm shower or bath. Putting an damp cloth on your forehead. Applying a damp cloth to legs, feet and neck. Drink lots of water in order to stay properly hydrated.
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