Graves Disease - Strange feeling in arms.

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Hello everyone,

I have had Graves Disease for many years.  I had RAI about six years ago, my bloods are fine and I feel well.

A few weeks ago I started having a strange feeling in my arms and sometimes my neck.  It feels like drops of cold water falling on my skin.   It probably has nothing to do with the Graves, but I wondered if anyone had experienced anything like this.

Any help would be appreciated.

Marigold

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    Hi Marigold

    i had RAI seven years ago to treat my Graves disease and im doing well apart from having some side effects of the thyroxine drug sometimes. I think it has nothing to do with the grave disease.

    regards

    tim

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      Hi Tim,

      Thanks for your reply.

      I think you're probably right.  Graves tends to get the blame for everything.confused

      Regards,

      Marigold

       

       

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    Hi marigold, hope you are well I had rai around About the same time as you.

    I've not been on for a while, I've not experienced much problems apart from dry eyes and eye floaters.

    They can be annoying at times.

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      Hi Barry,

      I've just seen your post.  I'm pleased you're doing well.

      I'm fine, but I also have dry eyes and floaters.   The floaters can be a pain.

      I'm just recovering from chicken pox.   I didn't have it when I was young, but I'm making up for it now

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