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800724 tn?1254440318

warm hands????

hi everyoneee, i was just wondering, i have no idea if this has to do with chiari but sometimes my hand get wicked hot, and its like the weirdest feeling ever, i dont know, has this happened to anyone else???
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620923 tn?1452915648
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HI..I have the opposite problem where my hands get very cold...but I understand it is a related condition EDS that causes it.

I also get cold legs and feet......plus, I hurt the colder it is outside ect....

"selma"
371999 tn?1250017941
hey there!  well, my feet (mostly toes) get extremely hot, red, and swollen when standing for sometimes even short periods of time.  my knees started doing it and even my palms now (but much less frequent).  If it's hotter outside or inside, it gets worse.  I found a condition called erythromelalgia that supposedly is what i have, and guess what, the cause is idiopathic lol!! so maybe it's from my possible chiari or whatever condition lol!!!
1059090 tn?1254466801
i get burning feelings in feet and hands, sometimes on the lips,
but specialists think i have early stages of MS as well, as a 8mm chiari,

so its hard to tell weather which probs are from where
man i feel stupid about that
800724 tn?1254440318
ohh, okayyy, thanks everyone
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