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Feel side of body gets cold when sitting. Had appendix removed, repeated ear infections

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I am a 33 yo female in good health and good weight. No medical history besides a recent (8 months ago) appendix removal and proneness to ear infections (my ear drum blew about 3 years ago due to an ear infection).

I have noticed the right side of my body becomes ice cold (feeling and to the touch) when I am studying sitting at my desk. ... I am not sure if I should seek medical advice as this may be a cause for concern or not.

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Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
you must take Doctor reference for it.
It is rare for ear to cause it.
But still u must get ur ears checked as there can be an infection reaching brain from ear.
U can get done a MRI sacn
Till then start with Multivitamins regularly,change ur position while sitting if sitting for long hours and do daily brisk avoid alcohol.
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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