Hope someone can relate/help. My son is 15 and has a range of symptoms that our doctor can not seem diagnose. He is tall and thin. His hands are always cold and have a mottled puprle hue. He says they do not hurt. His face is often flushed. He has periods of fatigue and dizziness (often after just eating). He has a chronic cough/asthma symptoms. Recently, he has had goosebumps that are uneven. They are on his arms and appear in random globs or strings with no bumps between patches. They only last a few seconds to a minute. I am very concerned.....any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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