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luv2beaMT posted:
This evening, I noticed my face (including chin and ears) were feeling very hot and flushed. I am indoors in the a/c so it's not a temperature thing. It has been a couple hours now and it hasn't gone away. Should this be something I should be concerned about? I tried looking it up, but couldn't find much info. I have my first trimester prenatal visit in two days.
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MrsDLP9211 responded:
Hope we get an answer. I got really overheated the other day for no reason. My mom said hormones.
 
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Here's a discussion from last year about pregnancy hot flashes:

Pregnancy Hot Flashes

Looks like you're not the only one! But please do bring this up to your doctor during your visit this week.

I had several nights of hot flashes after I had my 1st baby. I woke up drenched - hot and exhausted, not a fun time!

Haylen
 
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luv2beaMT replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
The thing is, I haven't been drenched in sweat and hot all over like you would be because of hormonal "hot flashes". It is just my face.
 
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to luv2beaMT's response:
I'm eager to know what your doctor says - have you gotten an answer yet?

Haylen


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