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My body is sensitive to touch. my legs, thighs, stomach...etc). It is like a icy feeling when i touch myself. When i sit down, there is a cold feeling on my bottom. My feet are numb and cold. My toes hurt. My legs tingle. My stomach hurts when touched. When i rub something over my skin it almost as if i don't feel it, or its a numb feeling (if that make any sense) My back hurts. Feels like a lump in my throat. Any idea what is wrong? Maybe poor blood circulation? I don't have any disease and I am on no medications.
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replied July 11th, 2009
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You need to see your primary doctor as soon as possible. You have many, many symptoms which makes it too difficult to even attempt to figure out something that is going on.

Fran
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replied July 11th, 2009
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I'm not an experienced user, but it might be something to do with the nerves perhaps? My dad has problems with his nerves and sometimes he gets like a numb or tingling feeling when his skin is touched.
Talk to your doctor about it. The sooner the better. Feel better! Smile
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replied July 12th, 2009
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GO TO THE HOSPITAL!!!!!
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