Do you know if you are anemic? I can't remember your symptoms or illnesses off the top of my head, sorry. You should let your doc know about being cold all the time. My hands and feet will be cold sometimes when the rest of me isn't but thats from Raynaud's.
It's 75 degrees here today too but, feels like its 90 to me. I have a hard time in the heat where some do better. I dread summer! I hope you either talk to your doc soon or see him about this. Keep us updated and take care. You will be in my prayers.
Good point Carol about the low temps. I didn't think of that as a possible reason for being cold, but it does make sense. I think alot of us have this problem too.
Post Edited (Bitzi) : 3/12/2007 5:20:44 PM (GMT-6)
I thought I was the only one who bundled up fleece in 80 degree weather! Yes, I am always cold--have been for years. I do have raynaud's, though (so I hear you about the raynaud's in the lungs thing, Cecelia--I cannot breathe in cold air; makes me cough like crazy). I travel with a space heater between my job and home. I use the space heater year round; otherwise, my hands get so cold I cannot make a fist and my feel wiill just become lumps of ice. It is so annoying, and quite frankly I look quite weird wearing my parka to staff meetings at work. If I don't, my hands will turn purple and ache like crazy. I think a low temp may be part of it, as sometimes when I'm coldest I do have a lower than normal temp. But I've had problems with a low-grade fever for quite a while now (that's why I'm being treated for tb), and I still have horrible problems with being cold.
Hot baths are the greatest!