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Painful cold symptoms of skin

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 16, 2006
  • 00:24 AM

My husband had a triple bypass three years ago and has been experiencing cold skin that sometimes aches to the bone. he also Has Lamber-Eaton Myasthenia Syndrome, an autoimmune disease related to Lung Cancer.
Anyone else experience this cold skin thing?

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  • I couldn't help but notice you mentioned lung cancer. Did he perhaps undergo chemotherapy with anti-andriogenesis drugs? My mom has been taking an anti-andriogenesis drug for colon cancer and she is experiencing severe pain, similar to what you describe, and was told it was a side effect of the drug she's on. I forget what they call the side effect - but it feels very cold and very painful.
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    • October 16, 2006
    • 09:01 PM
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