Subject is now 33, has been having hot flash since 8 years old. Always thought, and told by doctors it was sweating caused by anxiety that would fade away.
But the sympton; an intense feeling of heat, resulting in entire body being covered by a thick layer of slime-like sweat giving the appearance of having emerged from a swimming pool, is no ordinary sweating.
Subject also has had APD or ADD since birth, and Scheurmann's Kyphosis, all not picked up on by doctors.
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