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evie1004 posted:
I seen about 15 doctors in a year and no one can give me a clear answer or a diagnose. I am 21 years old, I have been suffering from migraines since I was 8. My migraines would last for weeks, I eventually became used to them. The worst part was that I would sweat so much, I was an active child, but when gym was over I looked like I just jumped in the pool. My clothes would be soaked in sweat because of that I hated gym. About 3 years ago I moved in with my boyfriend and he would constantly complained about how hot my body would get when I was sleep. So he decided to put a thermometer in my mouth one night, he took a picture and showed it to me. My temperature went up to 105 , I could not believe it. And now I am always hot, Ill be 50 degrees outside and ill be wearing shorts and a muscle shirt. And somehow ill still be hot. I keep going to the doctor and they all tell me something different. And now I am beginning to have a new symptom which adds more stress to my situation. My knees, elbows and the left side of my hip hurt. Not as often but its getting there. So I am just wondering if anybody is has similar symptoms, this would help a lot so I can know what to look for.
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vineetv25 responded:
HI EVIE,

i dont hav such symtons of migrane..

but,
i used to have migrane headache (serious) whenver i go outside to play or travel..
doctor said its because of sunlight..

60% was because of sun and 40 % because of eating junk or outdoor foods..

so i left my habit of eating outside..

my problem was solved..

i usually avoid or take precaution like carring umbrella whenver iahve to go t=in 11:am to 4: pm ..when sun is at its peak..!!.


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