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Hot flashes. Occasional high BP. Suggest

Okay I'm 22 turning 23 male. Recently I've been hot all the time for some reason and idk why. I now wake up sweaty in the morning and that never happens to me cause I rarely sweat. I weigh 165 and I'm 6ft, only thing I can narrow it down to is every time I go to the doc I have high blood pressure every now and then. Usually my hands and feet are really cold and now I'm all hot and I'm confused why this is happening
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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As you mention your weight is 165 if it is in kg so it is think to worry.
you should go to rule out the cause of excess weight .
as a primary investigation you should go for Thyroid hormone (T3 T4 TSH) investigation.
Hot Sensation and high blood pressure heavy weight usually associated with Thyroid hormone imbalance .
You should consult to a Endocrinologist For further evaluation
Ok Take care
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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