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Why do I get a chill in my bones and muscles during weather changes?

Q: Every time the weather changes from hot to cold, I feel the cool air in my bones and muscles. A type of chill that hurts and stings. It's not in my joints, but only muscles and bones, specifically my upper and lower legs, upper right arm, right hand (mainly my fingers), head and upper back. It doesn't hurt for more than 20 minutes but it jumps all around my body at different times. Is this arthritis? What I can do to cure it?

A:The symptoms described by you may come under the category that medical science calls medically unexplained symptoms. I am sorry, I would not be able to help in this matter. To the best of my knowledge these symptoms usually do not lead to any major health problem. However, it might be wise to seek consultation with a senior experienced general physician who may be able to help.

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