Well im 32 male active abit overweight but even when i was thin i have always been hot.
I asked my mother have I always been like this she said yes even as a baby it would bother me to have a little cotton beanie on.
Growning up was such a pain sometimes could never where layered cloths I would sweat buckets and no jackets either. Never got tired ran, biked, and played sports.
Have a very high tolerance to cold have been to colorado during winter roughtly 35degress before I would need a jacket. I loved the cold its the only time I really felt normal and didn't have to worry about being hot or sweating.
for the past few years with the help of my doctors we are currently seeing why I have this condition my parents dont my mom gets cold at like 80degress outside. My grandparents on both side nore anyone else in my famliy have this conditon.
My endocrinologist and rheumatologist and my doctor have tested my glands, blood, stuff in my blood and everything so many blood and urine and MRI's done. Still no explination at times I have had temp of 102 degress yet I was fine didn't feel sick a abit it was normaly for me.
I asked my endocrinologist could it be my thyroid but she told me if my thyroid was not working correctly I would feel really sick because it doesn't just control temp but a variety of other functions so it was not working right I would be as sick as a dog. but test show it was working normally.
I am still on this problem like sherlock holmes but the answer is still eluding me. Unit then I think I am like the only person running there car ac on in the rain hmmm lol.
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