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Head gets heated up on laying down, icepacks helps, also skin gets cold. What could be causing this?

For the last few days whenever I lean or lay down on my back my upper back and back of head starts to heat up. It gets so hot that I can't sleep or stay in that position too long. My head feels like I have a fever but I don't. Using icepacks helps a little. Although my skin gets cold I can still feel the heat underneath. What could be causing this? For many years the back of my head does get hot if I lay facing up. But if I tilt my head a little to one side or other the heat dissipates. But now my upper back is hot too and only relief is if I sleep on my sides or get up.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Homeopath 's  Response
Hello Friend,
Your case gives several symptoms that help a Homoeopath to prescribe a medicine. Your case can be provisionally diagnosed as Cervical spondylosis. the confirmatory diagnosis can be made only after detailed case taking and investigations. Still I think Phosphorus 200- 1 dose can help you. You can get cure from an expert Homoeopath .
My best wishes for a speedy cure through Homoeopathy
Dr. C. J. Varghese
Answered: Thu, 23 May 2013
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