Patients Multiple sclerosis
Topic of the discussion
Posted on 14/11/2014 14:04
Winter is sneaking up on us and the warm coats have found their way to the coat rack.
Do you experience problems with the cold? Any symptoms that appear particularly during winter? Do you get more fatigued, have spasticity increase?.. And what do you do to limit it?
Feel free to share your stories and advice here.
All the best,
Beginning of the discussion - 04/12/2014Cold weather and MS symptoms https://www.carenity.co.uk/forum/multiple-sclerosis/living-with-multiple-sclerosis/cold-weather-and-ms-symptoms-148
Posted on 04/12/2014 16:31
YES! I am really getting fatigued fast! And I am extremely sensitive to the cold. But I haven't found a way to control it yet.. I thought it might help if I dress warmer, but that doesn't change a thing! I drink tea all day, wear big sweaters, wollen socks and scarfs when inside, but I am still freezing! The other day when I was at work, I was freezing away, heating my hands with my tea cup and hiding behind my scarf.. I looked up and noticed my colleague - in short sleeves! What the?
Does anyone have this problem? It is totally new to me... Really uncomfortable freezing all the time!
Whishing you all a nice warm afternoon...
Posted on 29/12/2014 23:20
Oh yes it's time for ten minute timeouts and hugging warm radiators. I find extra layers, hot chocolate and Wellman boost help get through. I am normally a warm person but yeah I do find it impossible to keep my feet warm woolly socks just don't help but I'm afraid I don't have any good tips
Posted on 05/01/2015 19:48
Does anyone else get chilblains on the joints of their hands? Successive Dr's have diagnosed everything from eczema, dermatitis, allergy to lotions etc.This year Gp diagnosed chilblains, gave me a cream &it worked!
Posted on 06/01/2015 20:48
I used to get what I thought were chilblains on the joints of my hands however upon further investigation it turned out to be joint flare ups caused by Seronegative Arthritis.
Posted on 13/05/2015 17:36
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