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Left foot very cold, right foot warm

Discussion in 'Neurological/Neuro-sensory' started by Zuriel, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. Zuriel

    Zuriel

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    Wonder if anyone has similar experience? Happens during bedtime. Is this related to those with problematic gut? Why does this occur every night?
     
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    I have this but I don't have it only at bedtime; I'm like this 24/7. All my symptoms are worse on the left side--migraines, coldness and weakness and I've always wondered if I could possibly have had a stroke and not known it? Aren't stroke symptoms one sided as well?
     
  3. Zuriel

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    Vli- Sorry to know your condition is much worst than mine. Did your doctor order any neurological investigations to exclude stroke and other brain disorders?
     
  4. taniaaust1

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    I used to get that too at times when the ME was manifesting very neurologically. I thou dont get that symptom nowdays.
     
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    **post just vanished on me .. i'll try again**

    I used to get that symptom too when my ME was more neurological, (I cant remember now thou which foot was hot and which was cold), I didnt thou just get it at night.

    I dont get that symptom at all now
     

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