I would like to try and understand why my body always feels like it's on fire. Inside and out. The hottest areas on my body are those around the lymph nodes. For example, the underarms, my neck, under the breasts and inner thighs. I don't have a fever at the times my body burns. I use a digital and mercury thermometer to make sure I am getting an accurate reading. These areas feel as if someone had put a heating pad (on high) and left it there all day. My symptoms usually come around the evening, stay throughout the night (never a good night's sleep) and are gone by morning. There isn't anything I can do to make it stop. Does ANYONE have any clue about why I feel this and if there is a way to make it stop?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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