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Experiencing burning sensation throughout in hot places. No thyroid problem. Body burns when stressed out. Reason?

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burning sensation throughout body when i go into warm or hot places, cannot stay without ac for long time. No thyroid problems too got blood tests done to confirm the same. Please suggest what could be the reason. Also when have stress or sudden scary or emotional event, whole body starts to burn. The burning sensation becomes normal only when i go into airconditioned areas.
Posted Sat, 7 Sep 2013 in Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
Answered by Dr. Minal Mohit 12 hours later
Brief Answer:
acclimatization problem

Detailed Answer:
Dear Mr. XXXXXXX as your thyroid status is normal, still you have extreme heat intolerance, it seems you have sensitized your body to heat. your body thermostat has been tuned to a lower temperature level so you are comfortable at that particular temperature only. you need more relaxing therapies and need to increase your heat tolerance gradually.
you also have chron's disease and eczema which is suggestive of auto immune predisposition but as you are not on steroids that should not cause much problem.
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Follow-up: Experiencing burning sensation throughout in hot places. No thyroid problem. Body burns when stressed out. Reason? 30 minutes later
Is there any medication which can be used to improve my condition, currently i cannot travel anywhere unless its an AC car and this is affecting my personal life and professional life.
Answered by Dr. Minal Mohit 39 minutes later
Brief Answer:
need to be seen personally.

Detailed Answer:
Dear Mr. XXXXXXX for a proper prescription you need to be seen by your doctor, he might as well require some investigations. So i will suggest that you must consult your doctor with latest work up. Take care , all the best!
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