i have been suffering from internal heat. the external body temperarture is normal. this usually around my neck and head and sometime going down my body. this is about a week ago that i started feeling this tpye can sleep. so scared. saw a doctor and i was giving some medication but still going through this.
Are there other symptoms present? Just like in the other post, I recommend a complete blood count to help rule out infection. Continue your medications as prescribed. And if it persists, it is best that further evaluation and diagnostic tests be done to determine the underlying cause. Take care and regards.
no other symptons present. i will have to do a complete blood check. i am feeling abit better but still hoping that i do not feel it again. it is a terrible feeling.
\thankks for your reply.
Thanks for the update. Its god to hear that you are feeling better. The blood test will help rule out if infection is present. Drink also plenty of fluids and keep yourself hydrated at all times. Take care and do keep us posted.
Thanks for the update. It’s good to hear that you are feeling better. The blood test will help rule out if infection is present. Drink also plenty of fluids and keep yourself hydrated at all times. Take care and do keep us posted.
I have a ? for you. I have this Problem with an internal heat that goes up the back of my neck and down into my arms. It almost feels like hot needles. When this is happening I can feel my pulse in the back of my neck throbbing. It also sends my pulse racing. I have a 30 day event monitor on as we speak because I did not know where to turn but to a cardiologist. Your input would be greatly appreciated.
Re: internal body heat. I am so hot that there is water running down my neck from face and head. Hair is wet around face and on neck. A similar problem occurs at night. Only not my face and head, but my upper back. Nite gown and sheets are wet. I have been to my doctor. Blood tests were all ok, am 66 so am not menopausal. In fact never had hot flashes at all at that time. Also,
induced by activity and change in air temp; i.e. Hot outside, walk into air conditioned store. After about 15 - 20 minutes the heat starts and by the time I am at check out I look like a "drowned rat." Thoughts!
I am almost 59 and still post-menopausal. Hot flashes started about 15 yrs ago and have not subsided. I sweat very easily with very little exertion. This along with headaches in my right temple about 3 times a day. The hot flashes occur about every 15 minutes when I am sitting down, and I have to have a fan with me wherever I go. Very embarrassing. If the weather is hot and humid I cannot move around much at all. I wake up sweating every morning, but do not get awakened from it in the night. I have very little energy, and my back hurts if I have physical work, (dishes, raking, bending over, vacuuming) more than an hour. I am 5'9" & about 230 lbs, all in my belly, & I am constantly taking any kind of natural diet aids they come up with. (guarana, green coffee, raspberry ketones, etc.) I eat very little. Could this be a thyroid problem? If not what else should I do? (No insurance- live on social security).
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