I had the cold sensitivity immediately on my first round. I was scared to death and a nurse offered me a Sierra Mist from the fridge. After I had a few sips my chest hurt really bad and I kinda freaked out. When I mentioned it she just said, "oh that's the cold sensitivity" and took my soda away. I was miffed. So far (after 4 rx) the cold sensitivity lasts 3-4 days before it starts to be more normal. After the 2nd half of the week after chemo, I can even eat ice-cream.
The neuropathy I got after round 2. I got up that morning feeling okay, but when I went to wash my face my hands lit up w/pins and needles even though the water was warm. After that I had that feeling for about two days. The next round lasted about four days (again set off when I washed my face). This last round, I didn't wash my face with my hands (I may be a slow learner but I'm not a NO-learner). I used a face cloth that didn't get my hands wet at all and have been fine. No pins and needles, just the occasional twinge and tingle along w/a general feeling of weakness in the hands. Also maybe worth mentioning, during rounds 2 and 3, my hand got paralyzed for a few seconds. It was like a muscle cramp without the pain. I've mentioned it and been told to keep an eye on it (my favorite phrase
Anyway, that's been my experience so far. Hope it helps!