Lately I've been feeling like I'm burning up inside. Like I have a fever but I don't. I asked my Dr about it and she said it could be hot flashes. I'm 62 and had a complete historectomy about 25 yrs ago.
I thought hot flashes were mostly like in the face. This feels like my whole body is on fire - inside - like a fever. But I don't have a fever. My husband said he can feel the heat radiating off of my body.
Does this sound like hot flashes or something a little more serious? Should I talk to my Dr again about it? I have another appointment in two weeks.
Also, I get a little nausea and feel like I have the flu - but I don't.
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