Swelling in both ankles and feet
I am 19 and have had swelling in both ankles and feet for years now and it never fully goes away. The problem is more severe on the right side than the left. I have tried seeing doctors before but no one can tell me what is wrong, except to say that
View answers (2)
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?
View answer »
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
Feet swells and are painful. Had ankle injuries earlier. Treatment?
hi my name is michael, i have problem with my feet . back in 1995 i broke my left ankle it took 27 weeks to heel and continue to do normal activities, also in 2007 i broke my right ankle that took 7 weeks to heel .when i spend over 2 hours on my feet walking or doing my job they swell up and give...
6 wk pregnant body temp ranging between 35.5-37 in last 2 hours. Feel really hot with cold hands n feet.
Your temperature is getting low with cold hands and feet. You are probably going into shock - Hypovolemic. Please rush to the ER.
Some times i sweat in one part of my body.
Whats the cause?
sweating in one part of the body can be due to excessive sweat glands in that region
most of the people sweat more in hands thats why there hands are always watery.
some people sweat more in feet , some in groins
that is normal, nothing to worry.
but keep part clean and dry otherwise it is prone for infections
I am a 34 years old lady I had a blister in my private part I quickly go to the doctor, no my worry is my hands and feet they get tyde and my boobs get bigger t
it may be due to medicines used for trearing your blistr of pvt part as if medicines do not suit they can cause swelling of hands feet and boobs
All the information, content and live chat provided on the site is intended to be for informational purposes only, and not a substitute for professional or medical advice. You should always speak with your doctor before you follow anything that you read on this website. Any health question asked on this site will be visible to the people who browse this site. Hence, the user assumes the responsibility not to divulge any personally identifiable information in the question. Use of this site is subject to our
Terms & Conditions