My daughter is 13 years old and recently began complaining of feeling "really hot." She says it starts in her face and works down to the bottom of her trunk. She also has complained of problems falling asleep and staying asleep. Usually a hot flash is why she woke up.
The hot flashes were only every couple of days, and now are almost daily. I took her to the doctor who ordered blood tests and an ultrasound of her upper right quadrant. For the most part, the blood tests came back normal. Abnormal high levels were found for Calcium and Bilirubin, CO2 was high-normal. The ultrasound came back normal.
I am scaring myself to death because all I can think of is the paternal aunt that died as a child with liver failure and leukemia. If anyone has any ideas or experience with any of this, please respond. Thank you.
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