I've been temperature sensitive since I got back surgery when I was 11 years old. It's also when my chronic pain started. Is temperature sensitivity part of fibromyalgia? If I get too hot it's hard to get cooled down and vice versa. I get my thyroid checked every year and it's fine.
I should clarify it is one of over 100 symptoms that can show up in fibro, but the diagnostic must be present: Pain in all four quadrants of the body for greater than six months... That is localized to the 18 original trigger points.
If you do have reynauds then you need a rheumatologist panel run once a yesr and to see a dr This should coincide with a maintnence appointment looking for rheumy factors- AnA, anti-dna, etc.
I do find that when the weather changes, especially the barometer, I get more pain. I always have a light sweater with me (made of soft bamboo!) so I can be comfortable. Of course now I get hot flashes, so all bets are off
I have temperature sensitivity for years figure it is the hypothyoidism not fibromyalgia. My thyroid was off for years with doctors telling me it was "fine" and one day a doctor looked at my blood work and said your thyroid has been off for years how are they treating it? All that and it runs in my family to boot! They just lowered the positive for hypothyoidism not that many years ago but not all doctors go by new standards. There is evidence that thyroid issues and fibromyalgia may be linked and have many of the same symptoms from brain fog to pain.