Ice Cold Hands, 100* Temperature... ?

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Ice Cold Hands, 100* Temperature... ?
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Posted: Apr 18, 2011 at 3:36 Quote
Maybe someone can shed some light on this one, I've decided to make a thread instead of clogging up topical ones.

Ive googled everything, so please don't quote me saying I have a fever. Now,

Normally my core is very very warm, ive had people tell me I'm their "walking furnace" because my temperature is so high (99-100.5F) I never experience any "fever" type symptoms though. However, I generally have cold hands, like almost ice cold..? May be that there isn't good circulation to my hands? They would sometimes go pasty and return back to pink when I'm up and moving but generally I'll wear gloves even if it's +10 outside. I have low blood pressure but my heartbeat is very strong. Could the low blood pressure keep my core warm and not provide the extra heat to my hands?
This body temperature overheating is more predominant in the winter but sometimes happens in the summer aswell.
I mean "overheating" by extra warmth without discomfort.

I've been like this for YEARS, just wondering if anyone can help me out here.
Very appreciated!

Posted: May 5, 2011 at 9:47 Quote
could be Raynauds phenomena.... get to a GP for some testing

Posted: Jun 28, 2011 at 14:29 Quote
anxiety or too much pot smoking will also have similar symptoms.
Well according to someone I know.

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