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Freezing all the time.

Hey yall, I have a question and I was wondering if anyone could help me out. I had a baby on January 14th, and then had to have my gallbladder taken out on January 31st unexpectedly.

Since having my baby I've lost 30 pounds. I had hyperemesis gravidarum while pregnant, which is basically morning sickness that is severe and lasts the entire pregnancy. Because of that I only gained 2 pounds during my pregnancy. So after delivery and loosing all that weight I'm considerably lighter than I was pre pregnancy. I was already fairly thin before the pregnancy, and now I'm very thin.

Ever since I had to have my gallbladder taken out I find that I'm freezing all the time. I can have long sleeves, long pants, and socks on, and still need at least 2 big blankets on to feel warm. Could this be from having the baby, having my gallbladder out, or just the weight loss? And is there anything I can do to change this? I'm tired of being cold all the time. :(
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Hello, you may want to have your Thyroid checked.  
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It could be from all, or any of those things, and it could be from low blood pressure. Get that checked out too.
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