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What causes warm sensation of hands and feet?

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Dr. Shanthi.E

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Posted on Tue, 2 Sep 2014 in Cancer
Question: Hi: I'm a prostate cancer patient. I have hot hands and feet. Swollen anks. Just finished ADT and pelvic ratiation 3 months ago and no longer on any therapy.
Answered by Dr. Shanthi.E 18 hours later
Brief Answer:
could be side effects of ADT and pelvic radiation

Detailed Answer:

The feeling of hot hands and feet could be due to side effects of the ADT and pelvic irradiation.

The swollen ankles are unlikely to be related to your treatment.

I suggest that you drink plenty of water and fluids orally to keep the temperature normal.

Along with this, please get a cardiac check up done to rule out cardiac cause for the swollen ankles.

Get well soon.
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