This past couple of months all sorts of new things are happening to me. The Doc says not to worry, he'll get me back together. So, okay, the past few weeks I have had unbearable shooting pains in my extremities along with weakness in my legs. We are waiting for results from an MRI scan to check that out. I have also been getting twitches in my fingers and other areas. But, another strange thing is starting to happen to me. I am menopausal for several years and I have never experienced this before, but maybe it's caused from menopause, I don't have a clue. My hands get so,so cold and then my whole body gets freezing cold. I am inside in 72 degree house! My fingers look like all the fluid has drained off them and they look kinda wrinkled instead of puffy like my hands usually are. (I'm a bit on the chubby side) When I was still getting my period, my hands would get ice cold and about 5-10 minutes later, I'd get a migraine. I have not had anything similar to this since I had my hysterectomy, until this started happening. I get just freezing cold and today it lasted like 1 hour, I just couldn't get warm even with my banket on. So, is this just another nice little fibro thing or what? I have had fibro for 9-10 years that I know of and never had this. How about you all, anything similar? Or am I just getting goofy! Lol! Thanks for any input you can give.
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