I's always cold and if I am not cold I am sweating. I can never be at a comfertable temperature. One minute I can be hyper and running around and the next I can't even walk. I get light headed and start seeing black dots and have to sit down or I will pass out. I'm thursty all the time but I do not have Diabetes. When ever I get my blood pressure checked, it is slightly low but normal. I recently developed cluster headaches, but I was always cold before I got cluster headaches. Maybe the headaches were caused by whatever makes me cold? What is wrong with me? My health is like a rollercoster; one second I'm fine and the next I'm in the emergency room. Please help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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