Largelumpyhead wrote:I seem to have the opposite of an aversion to heat. Rather, I get these random cold feelings that rush over me and my wife will find me shivering next to the floor heater. Mind you it's late May in south MS, I shouldn't be cold like that. She finds me sitting too close to the heater all the time now and it doesn't seem to make symptoms worse, rather make them feel better. I truly crave heat at times but it's not constant and I haven't been able to establish any patterns as to what brings it on. For that reason I've felt it's not a circulation issue but who knows. Any feedback is welcomed
Have you asked your physician to test your thyroid hormones (TSH, free T4, free T3, reverse T3, and antithyroid antibodies)? Feeling cold all the time can be a symptom of hypothyroidism (deficiency in the thyroid gland).