- October 10, 2016 at 10:50 am #8821
Dear all, I would highly appreciate any help and I will try to keep it very short. After periods during which(it happened to me twice)I was traveling/overworked, intensly exercising, undereating and sleeping very little I started having prolongued periods of slightly increased body temperature (I would wake up with a feeling of having a fever however my body temperature would be only slightly increased but still higher than my normal temperature, and it would continue to increase until 5-7 pm reaching 37.1C and then by 9 pm it would fall for almost an entire degree. This pattern would repeat every day for several weeks (first time) or several months (second time), even during bed rest. Doctors keep telling me that this does not qualify as a fever but I still do not feel well and I find it curious that it drops towards the end of the day, which they apparently do not. Another symptom I have is a very strong pressure behind my eyes (it feels like my eyes will fall out) and it increases strongly with any kind of movement, even with slow walking, exercise became impossible for me even though I was in a very very good shape. My eyes are constantly reddish, like I’m tipsy. Has anyone had similar experiences? Thank you very muchOctober 17, 2016 at 4:09 pm #8914
I am very heat intolerant, I cannot handle heat above 20c and in summer become no good for anything, hot,sweaty and very tired. It feels like having a fever. I am now having hot flushes as a result of the menopause following a hsyterectomy for cancer but I was always very hot and sweaty no matter how often I wash or change my clothes. I have alot of health problems, I had PCOS, and have Diabetes type 2. I am a typical PCOS/adrenal fatigue shape as well, very apple shaped with thin almost emaciated looking legs with very little thigh muscle, slim arms but a very thick waist and protruding belly ( to do with cortisol and stress) I reckon the heat things is due to adrenal fatigue though
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