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HELP... I'm so Hot

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  • Posted By: Alex91
  • June 22, 2009
  • 03:02 PM

I'd really appreciate your help guys.:D
Ok, I'm male, 18, average height, average weight, i excercise, drink water and have an ok diet. I am not diagnosed with anything and don't take any medication and have no allergies.

My problem is hard to explain, i get really hot, like burning under my skin, it's extremely uncomfortable. To touch my skin is cool and sometimes cold, i also sweat alot (i'd say excessively but i think i sweat normal in relation to my temperature) i just don't understand why i'm so hot. Sometimes my skin itself is hot.:confused:

I visited my doctor and had blood tests, they came back normal and it's not my thyroid or raynauds (also i don't have social anxiety.. although if this carries on it might develop), he know won't help me as in his eyes there is nothing wrong with me.:mad:

From work i can walk into town for 20mins and come back feeling like i've ran a mile. In the office when the air con is working i'll be fine and dry however if it breaks or slips a couple of degrees higher i melt. In colder weather the same thing happens it just take a little longer. I've had this for years now infact i think it started at puberty.

Please any help would be greatly appreciated, it's unbearable and ruining my life. :(

Could it be my age? will it go after time? if so how long?
Any of you experience anything like this?


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