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Whole body burns for 5 minutes

Can anyone give me a technique on how to handle it.
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  • What do you mean? Like a temperature hot sweaty 'turn' or a blinding pain burn? Is it random or after/while you're doing something in particular?
    Osteoarthritis & DDD.
  • MikethepikeMMikethepike MIchiganPosts: 657
    Like standing real close to Bon fire, really really close
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  • Ugh! Sorry Mike, I've never had that. I've woken in the night, again & again, drenched in sweat. I had to change my bed clothes several times & sleep on towels! Attractive huh! I've heard people talk about male menopause but I'm just throwing guesses out...sorry.

    Does it hurt or is it just uncomfortable? Any med changes or anything that could explain it?
    Osteoarthritis & DDD.
  • MikethepikeMMikethepike MIchiganPosts: 657
    I was so scared and hope it won't come back but I think it will. My neurologists wasn't much help at all.I need someone to tell me what to do if it happens again
  • As we have told you before, we can't offer you medical advice. If your doctors aren't being helpful and giving you answers on your symptoms, and what to do when they occur, then you need NEW doctors.
    Unfortunately, we can't provide you with when to go to the ER or what symptoms are related to your condition or what is an emergency in your specific case, so you really need to work at finding doctors who are willing to guide you through this condition and are looking out for your best interests.
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  • MikethepikeMMikethepike MIchiganPosts: 657
    edited 10/20/2014 - 5:10 AM
    Sandi I was hoping to get some personal experience help. Drs. Can only relay what they have been taught. Unless they have the condition. It seems not too many people have myelomalacia.
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