Often Feels Hot On The Back Of The Body But Cold Sweat All Out Of The Body?
, I’m Harry Sanjaya, 37-year-old male.
Hello Harry, Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Does this complaint feel continuous without pause? Have you ever measured your body temperature to determine whether this complaint is a fever or not? Have you seen a doctor to find out more about the cause? The complaints you submit can be caused by:
fever, if the body temperature reaches more than 37.5 degrees Celsius
increased body metabolism for example in hyperthyroidism
Radiculopathy, which is a condition that causes inflammation, irritation, or clamping of nerves due to interference with the spine
neuropathy, which is a disorder of nerve function that can be caused by diabetes, vitamin B1, B6, B12 deficiency, impaired kidney function, impaired liver function, autoimmune diseases
Both radiculopathy and neuropathy can cause complaints of pain, tingling, numbness, and burning / burning sensation on the skin. My advice, because this complaint has lasted for 1 month, please check with your doctor further. Besides needing to know your complaints further, the doctor needs to examine you directly and perform other supporting examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, CT scans, MRI, and others. After knowing your medical condition through the examination, the new doctor can determine the treatment that is right for you.
For the time being, please use loose, thin and sweat-absorbing clothing. As much as possible avoid exposure to hot air. If you measure your body temperature and it turns out you have a fever, please take paracetamol to reduce fever.
Hopefully this information is useful.