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Dr. Bob Ourian
Dermatology
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In brief: What about it?

Perhaps you can state your question more clearly.
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In brief: What about it?

Perhaps you can state your question more clearly.
Healthtap is not a search engine. It's a place for asking questions and receiving answers from doctors. Unfortunately none of us is a mind reader and we cannot guess what a person's intent is when they put a couple of words together and a question mark at the end. A question mark at the end of a phrase doesn't turn the phrase into a question.
Dr. Bob Ourian
Dr. Bob Ourian
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In brief: Probably OK

But, the real issue is heat exposure, which can induce fatigue and/ or pseudo-relapse problem. If body temperature stays relatively normal, even with sun exposure, low chance of increased symptoms.
Too much heat, can get a Uhtoff's phenomenon with possible loss of vision. Does reverse with cooling.

In brief: Probably OK

But, the real issue is heat exposure, which can induce fatigue and/ or pseudo-relapse problem. If body temperature stays relatively normal, even with sun exposure, low chance of increased symptoms.
Too much heat, can get a Uhtoff's phenomenon with possible loss of vision. Does reverse with cooling.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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