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Change in diet styles, experiencing headaches, itchiness, frozen hands and feet. Cause?

Hi, I m wondering if what I ve been feeling is related to what I ve been eating. With the holidays, I have not been following my regular diet . I ve been drinking diet cokes, drinking milk, eating most whatever I want rather than a clean diet of fruits, vegetables, and the like. I have been a vegetarian for quite some time. Recently I ate chicken. I have been experiencing headaches , itchiness, cold hands and feet , then cold sweats resulting in putting clothes on and then removing layers, irritable,.... What in the world?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Thanks for asking.

You are experiencing vague symptoms relating to multiple systems, I do not think so all of it can be explained by the just change in diet .

You need to get your thyroid levels checked and some other basic investigations are also warranted .

Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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