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I Get Hot Easily
I have constant anxiety. I get hot easily, pvc's, insomnia, indigestion, and just feel panic all of the time. Could this be Generalized Anxiety?
Many sources: Anxiety can come from chemical imbalances, a side effect of medications, external stressors, too much change in too short a period of time, and other areas. I would say go to a reputable psychotherapist immediately and talk about what anxiety means to YOU. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pre-menopausal?: With the very limited information given by you, I am taking your age into consideration, I will simply guess that you may be undergoing premenopausal changes. This can explain your symptoms but does not exclude other conditions. A consultation with a GYN who specializes in menopause may be useful. ...Read more
What to do if I get hot very easily (and sweat) and pee very often. do I have diabetes or something?
Many causes: need lab tests and see MD for check up ...Read more
Talk to your doctor: Temperature instability, which can be seen in hypothalamic dysfunction, isn't the same as feeling hot or cold. It means that core temperature isn't stable. Some have unexplained fevers which alternate with low body temps. It is very unusual and not typically seen as an only symptom of hypothalamic damage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Since I've been on antidepressants I'm wondering whether the medication could be why I sweat and get hot so easily? I can never cool down either.
Possible: I'm guessing you're taking a tricylic antidepressant, less commonly prescribed today, which can cause these side effects. Discuss with your prescribing doctor to review side effects consider a dose/med change. All antidepressants have side effects which should be minimal at the right dose. Meantime drink lots of water and avoid direct sun if feeling overheated. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I find that whenever I am close to or on my menstrual cycle I get hot and overheated very easily. Like my body temp gets extremely sensitive to heat when I could normally tolerate it for longer?
Just a theory....: During the second half of your menstrual cycle, your hormone levels are at their highest. You might be retaining fluid during this time. Hormone levels drop in the premenstrual period and the kidneys remove that excess fluid. If you're relatively dehydrated, you might be more susceptible to heat stress. Perhaps drinking extra fluids will help you tolerate heat better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Overactive thyroid: Make sure that you thyroid is working properly over active thyroid can cause those symptoms the diagnosis is pretty simple it will involve a simple blood test. ...Read more