I'm a 32 year old female, back in November of 2013 I began to feel these weird symptoms. One side of my face went super cold, almost felt numb at least that's what I thought it was. Went to see a Neuro, had blood work done, MRI without contrast, EMG, all tests came back clear. The left side of my face will only feel cold when I was in a cold room or out in the cold, the minute I was back in normal temperature I was fine. But it's just one side of my face and on my cheek is not like my whole body feels cold, it feels cold to the point that it hurts. That's one symptom, then my right foot also gets this weird cold feeling. It's just all very weird. After getting the results of the MRI I was back at ease because I figured they didn't find any weird activity in my brain, but the symptoms were still there. Around February I got an eye floater on my right eye, I asked my neuro if this was at all related to my other symptoms and he told me it wasn't. I ended up seeing a retina specialist who told me that I was having a posterior vitrous detachment and that it was totally normal who people who are nearsighted (like myself) he did mention to me that this happens to people who are much older than me but it's not uncommon for someone my age to have it (weird). I also have palpitations here and there, I don't know if it's the stress from not knowing what all this is, also night sweats. Not sure if this is all related. Recently, I began to get these weird headaches. My head will feel heavy every time I woke up, this happened for a few weeks and now I'm just getting headaches, almost like migraine headaches where I can't even concentrate or think straight. I feel dizzy at times, out of place, even nauseous. I scheduled an appt to see another neuro for a second opinion next week. But I'm just at my wits end with all these symptoms and no underlying cause. Has anyone else experienced something similar? What can be the possible source for all these weird and annoying symptoms? I thought it was MS at first, then I pretty much ruled that out myself lol, but i'm not sure if this is neurological disorder or something else.