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Having hot flashes in foot, no pain, has hypoglycemia. Family history of diabetes and blood clot disorders.

My husband is 29 years old and over the past 2-3 weeks has began to have random hot flashes in his left foot . They happen at any time of day or night and don t seem to be brought on by any particular movement. Diabetes and blood clot disorders run in his family. There isn t any pain associated with the hot flashes. We believe he has hypoglycemia because when he doesnt eat for more than 4-6 hours he becomes irritable and tired, but he has never been formally tested. Should he see our doctor for the hot flashes?
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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There is strong history of Diabetes in your husband's family.
Hot flashes (tingling sensation if i'm correct) and associated with pain and that too in left leg only.
If your husband is a smoker or tobacco user advice to quit.
Irritability and tiredness are signs of hypoglycemia.
It is advisable for your husband to undergo diabetic screening.
Lifestyle modification, exercise and diet with help.
Answered: Sat, 4 May 2013
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