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Breast cancer survivor.Treated for hormonal imbalance.Sudden experience of cold & stomach pain. Reasons?

Two days ago i was walking in Miami, it was very cold and windy for me leaving in Florida. Suddendly I started shivering , feeling a cold pain in my stomach, want to vomit but I didn t. I almost could nt walk. All this happened while walking 2 street blocks. I got scared. ( I am 39 and breast cancer survivor). I get into the car, I cover myself head to toe with another jacket and start breathing loud. I feel cold most of the time but nothing like that happen to me before. I read that feeling cold all the time can also be triggered by certain hormonal imbalances. The levels of estrogen in female patients may fluctuate and cause increased sensitivity to cold. I was treated for hormonal imbalance in November last year. My boyfriend think I faked it because he said I am always complaining about feeling cold. Do you have any answers for me? Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Dear cecyzm
Breast cancer has nothing to with your sensation of cold. you should get your thyroid profile done. sometimes the normal physiological disturbances in the body do triger such sensations. take it easy.
Dr. Ticku,
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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