I also have these. I was told neuropathy. also I was also told that whn ever you feel cold spot in your body it is because you blood is being drawn away from tht area to another part of the body to help heal another ailing part of the body that needs it more. could also have a blockage maybe. I am not a doctor but I mave namy medical issure and alot of quesions get asked and answered as I have been treated. good luck to all of you.
I am a 31 year old female and I am having the same exact feeling, I remember getting out of the shower a week or so ago and still feeling like the back of my leg was wet and I kept touching but there was nothing there. I really am nervous about it alittle bit. If you find out anything keep me posted. I am getting ready to go in for my yearly fisical, so I hope to get some answers.
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