If your symptoms persist and you can't explain why, I would contact
your physician and let him/her know that your symptoms are persisting.
I would keep a journal of your symptoms including the exact nature of them,
time of day. their duration and any other pertinent information. This will
help your doctor better diagnose what is going on and why you are feeling
so poorly. My doctors always told me to keep a log of symptoms, etc. so they
could help diagnose the problem better, In the least, if nothing is found, than
you will have some peace of mind. Many years ago I would get this feeing in my
right thigh that felt like someone was pouring cold water over it. It would happen out of
nowhere and would get numb to the touch and itch. It turned out to be a nerve and the
doctor told me he can operate or i can learn to live with it. Now about 22 years
later, I am still living with the numbness and itching, but the cold water feeling
is gone. Your quality of life is an issue and you should get to the bottom of what
is going on so you get get your life back to the way it was.