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Cold Nose

Cold Nose

All weekend I've had a freezing cold nose to touch. The weather here on Saturday was really warm, yet my nose was so cold it hurt, same yesterday. Today it isn't that warm but not cold enough for my nose to be this cold. It feels that cold as if it is turning blue. Every time I woke in the night the same.

Anyone else have this?

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I will post the answer I get on Friday when I see my GP, I see a nurse tomorrow and going to mention it as a google search says under active thyroid and blood test is needed, so will see if she can do it tomorrow x

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I get that problem with my nose and hands a lot, my body can still feel freezing under a stack of blankets, then while I still feel cold I start to sweat, it honestly doesn't make sense. If it's hot outside I get very cold and when It's cold outside I feel more hot. By next summer I'll be wearing a winter coat in june!

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes my nose gets cold along with freezing cold hands and feet. Have Reynaurds in hands but just put warm glovea on when mi need them . I'm always a cold person so I layer up.Only time I'm warm is when I'm having hot sweats at night due to side effect of meds.

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Thanks I'll have a look at those when on my laptop. I see my ent consultant in a couple of weeks and have made a note to ask him if not back to gp x

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Medical Definiation issue is Autonomic and/or neuroendocrine manifestations: These manifestations include cardiac arrhythmias, neurally mediated hypotension, vertigo, vasomotor instability, sicca
syndrome, temperature instability, heat/cold intolerance, respiratory disturbances, intestinal
and bladder motility disturbances with or without irritable bowel or bladder dysfunction,
dysmenorrhea, loss of adaptability and tolerance for stress, emotional flattening,
lability, and/or reactive depression. http://www.mefmaction.com/index.php?option=com_...

OR could be Raynards:
https://www.verywell.com/raynauds-syndrome-chro...

https://www.verywell.com/raynauds-syndrome-chro...

I found that once I started using some Cymotel (Thyroid support) is has been better of course Winter is Coming Lol

One more article that you might be interested in
http://www.fibrodaze.com/temperature-sensitivity/

Good luck with your doctor:)

posted about 4 years ago
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