Over the past four years my body has gone through an extreme transformation. I am suddenly completely intolerant of heat, any slight temperature change and I began to sweat and turn red. This happens in the summer and winter, in air conditioning and in heat. My hands sweat profusely, and my legs and feet usually have droplets of sweat on them. The rest of my body including my head and forearms (but not my armpits, strangely enough). My face now has a permanent redness to it, and my body is largely flushed. In addition, I now sunburn much too easily....I cannot go outside for ten minutes in the summer sun without burning. This never happened in the past! This situation has become very uncomfortable, to the point of severley interfering with my life. The fact that I can not cool down/stop sweating in air conditioning makes work difficult. I have had my thyroid checked and urinine checked for carcidnoid syndrome. My doctors have tried various medications to help, but nothing works (beta blockers, neurontin, ditropan, robinul). If anyone recognizes these symptoms as something else please let me know. Thanks.
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