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What is your age and gender?
Are you diabetic or have autoimmune disorder?
Are you on any medications or herbs?
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Autoimmune disorders and even Prednisone affect our autonomic nervous system with controls and regulates the temperature. This is commonest cause of temperature difference between with either side. This is called as neuropathy. Neuropathy can have other causes too as following;
2) An underactive thyroid gland
3) Excessive use of alcohol
4) Thiamine deficiency
5) Vitamin B 12 deficiency (pernicious anemia)
6) Vitamin B 6 (pyridoxine) taken in excessive amounts
7) Drugs, medications, herbs
8) Autoimmune diseases
9) Heavy metals such as lead and mercury.
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I do not think that your remaining aneurysms are responsible for it. The headaches may be tension headache or migraine. An off and on headache is quite unlikely due to aneurysms.
There are tests to ascertain autoimmune neuropathy as following;
1 Quantitative sudomotor axon reflex test.
2 Thermoregulatory sweat test.
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