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Sweating while having food - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi doctor
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   This is XXXXXXXX from Bangalore
User :   I am getting sweat whiel having food
User :   Is is health issue?
Doctor :   Ok
User :   or normal
Doctor :   Since when are you having this problem?
User :   some times...
User :   Mostly at lunch time
Doctor :   It is normal for people to feel an increase in body temperature while eating. Is the sweating all over or confined to one area?
User :   Only on head
User :   fore head
Doctor :   Did you have any previous health problems or surgeries done to you?
User :   nothing sir..
Doctor :   There is nothing to worry about, it is a normal phenomenon.
User :   Is it a problem to me?
User :   okay
Doctor :   Try to avoid oily and spicy foods for lunch and always have a light lunch with a moderately heavy breakfast
Doctor :   and a moderate dinner
User :   okay
User :   k
Doctor :   Anything else?
User :   So, It is not a health problem..?
Doctor :   No, it is normal for people to feel hot for a few weeks
User :   okay
User :   sir
User :   I am getting low back pain
User :   sir
User :   since 4 months

Doctor :   Ok
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