Body Temperature

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Body Temperature

Postby Sharkmom » Tue Aug 24, 2010 11:33 am

Does anyone but me have trouble with what seems like an unregulated body temperature? I've never seen it listed as a symptom. I've had problems with it before but lately it's worse. I'm either hot and sweating or cold and clammy. I'm not getting any sleep because I keep waking up every 20 minutes to either put the covers on or throw them off. It's like having non-stop hot flashes but isn't menopause. My thyroid tests have always been okay, so that shouldn't be it either. It's makin' me sorta crazy. Alright, crazier - LOL!
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Postby indigoinmotion » Wed Aug 25, 2010 7:11 am

Yes!! Nighttime does seem to be the worst, but I can be hot and cold during the day, as well. It makes me feel CRAZY!!
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Postby Sharkmom » Wed Aug 25, 2010 1:35 pm

It has been a problem both night and day but night is definitely worse. I just can't figure out whether it's the MS or something else.
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Postby msmything » Wed Aug 25, 2010 4:41 pm

I am HOT all of the time. The slightest bit of exertion makes me sweat, really sweat...

But, the word unregulated does seem to hit the symptom on the mark. It just does as it pleases without consulting me!!

It seems that if I'm burning all of these excess calories all of the time I should be a bit more slender...Whatever this is it is very thermogenic..
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Re: Body Temperature

Postby GodsGirl » Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:05 pm

I seem to be having trouble with my body temperature. If seems like during the day the office cans be 75 degrees and I still want to put a little heater at my feet. Then when I get home it might be 73 in the house and I'm sweating. Can part of this be the medication?
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Re: Body Temperature

Postby NHE » Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:31 pm

GodsGirl wrote:Can part of this be the medication?


Perhaps. What medication are you taking?
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