I have been to the doctor and hospital multiple times and nobody can tell me what is wrong. Everyday I wake up with a headache and feeling: Light headed, dizzy, nauseous, and extremely hot. So hot I can just be sitting there and sweating. It feels like an internal heat, if that makes sense. I don't always feel hot to the touch, but it feels like I am burning up internally. I generally feel "out of it". It has gotten to the point where they have recommended I not work, drive a car, etc. I have had a CAT Scan and was told that it came back normal. I've also been tested for Diabetes and Anemia, both also came back completely normal. The last time I visited the hospital, the doctor on duty told me it sounded as if I was describing how it feels to be dehydrated (which is similar to how I feel) but when they ran tests on me, I was nowhere even close to dehydrated. I don't know what to do! I can't go on like this much longer!
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