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Sensation of cold water running down leg

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What causes a feeling of cold trickle to run down the back of my leg? ...

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I've been trying to find information on the feeling of a cold trickle running down my leg. Let me ... liquid to go down my leg. Well, I started getting the same sensation in my right leg, but of course ...

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Cold freezing sensation running down hips and legs. ...

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I had a PE 6 years ago and I am now having some issues that concern me. I am feeling cold sensation in my right arm and hand and my right leg is swelling considerably. I have not injured it and it goes ...

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My legs from knee s down to feet feel like ice when touched. When I get up in morning they feel warm but a couple hours later they feel like ice to touch. Could low BP cause this? Thank you. ...

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those feelings are but am not sure about this whole ice water running down my legs thing. I ll be seeing ...Hi. Can you please tell me what it means to have a cold sensation in my legs, the tops of my calf ...

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I have a cold water sensation like droplets running down my legs. First one leg above the ankle & several days later affecting the other leg from the calf downward. Also numbness in my left knee, left ...

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I been experiencing some cold sensations in both my thighs, my buttock, and along the back and sides of my of both legs. It feel like cold water running down; sometimes as cold as ice cubes ...

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My right leg above my knee and inner side area has a strange feeling of cool water running through it. The same feeling I get when I have contrast with my MRI. Leg feels warm to touch and like ...

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Occasionally I feel like I have cold water just above the ankle but on the back of my leg ,it doesn t last long maybe five minutes. I am waiting for a MIR because I do have a problem with my left knee ...

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aching legs, feeling cold and run down but no flu or cold symptons I have had aching legs for two .... This morning legs still felt sore but no so bad but has worsenned as the day has progressed? ...

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a cold sensation (like there is water on my leg). Is that a sign of recovery or something else? I ve ...I ve been having leg problems (I think muscular ) where I get sharp pains in random spots on my leg ...

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My healthy 19 yr old daughter was lying in bed and just thought icy cold water was dripping down her arm from somewhere , but it is just in her upper left arm. She feels like icy water is running ...

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. I t felt like Ice cold running water was going down my leg...my quad area felt numb and tingling and the runnin water goes down from the lower back, hip all the way down my leg to the foot and across the toes ...

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a herniated disc that is pressing on a nerve. A couple of days ago I started to feel ice cold water running down my left leg. Could this be associated with the herniated discs? ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, If your temperature is below 102°, no treatment is necessary beside waiting for the fever to pass. Take an over-the-counter medicine such as ibuprofen (Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol). Taking a lukewarm shower or bath. Putting an damp cloth on your forehead. Applying a damp cloth to legs, feet and neck. Drink lots of water in order to stay properly hydrated.

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Hello. Thanks for writing to us. An occasional such feeling can be due to mild nerve stimulation and is not worrisome. Do increase your fluid and fresh fruits intake. I hope this information has been helpful for you. Regards, Dr. Rakhi Tayal. Click on thanks button if it is helpful.

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If you are using cold water then these can be due to skin reaction to cold. Hope I have solved your query.