I have recently been experiencing a very hot sensation in my ears and upper part of my head. I do have a normal temperature in the rest of my body. I have been to two doctors, an endocrinologist and a neurologist. They have done blood tests, an MRI, and a sleep apnea test. They cannot find anything wrong with me. My head temperature continues to increase. I am now only comfortable when the temperature is under 50 degrees. I sleep with a fan and temperature of 60 degrees. I am a 66 year old male. Please help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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