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I feel like continuously heat is emitting from my palm and my foot . I feel body ache all the time

By August 26, 2016 - 1:10am
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Hi, My body has always been warmer than usual, and i have never been able to figure out the real reason. If i define the usual symptoms. Whenever I hold the hand or any friend he or she, always comments that my body is so hot, be it summers or winters. Whenever I touch any metallic object, i really feel like holding it as i feel so hot. during summers it is very difficult. Winters are fine.
Otherwise I have no problems or symptoms. Can you please tell me what can be possible reasons? one more things, i have a family history of high blood pressure and diabetes.My age is 23(Female), and rest all is normal. I live in India which is a hot country (very difficult to survive if your body is hot like mine), Also I measure with thermometer, don't have fever at all.

Please help :)

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Hello TanyaKaushal141,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I am glad you shared your concern with us.

Have you spoken with your primary care physician about this? How long have you been feeling this way? Has the body aches always accompanied the unusual feeling of body heat?
The two may be connected.

I am suspecting hyperthyroidism, which is an overactive thyroid gland. This condition can make a person feel too hot. The thyroid produces hormones that are able to influence how much the blood vessels dilate. In turn, this affects how much heat can escape the body.

Tanya, consider asking your physician about this. A blood test to check thyroid hormone levels can easily confirm the diagnosis.

Keep in touch,

August 26, 2016 - 8:19am
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