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PurpleandGray

Does anyone else feel very hot all over especially in the vagina area? Any advice on how to limit or help this? Thanks guys 

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Hansje

Can't say I have had that experience. Must be very annoying. Do you have this permanently of only during outbreaks or as prodrome?

I don't know you age, could it be hot flashes?

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PurpleandGray

Thanks for helping. I was wondering if it might be hot flashes bug sometimes it lasts hours. I'm only 32 but I've had a few hormonal problems in the past. It is indeed very uncomfortable and happens not only during outbreaks but random days. I'm wondering if it's just my body adjusting to the virus. I've only had it for3 months now. Ty for the reply.

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LillianPanos

I think as you said body adjusting to virus... I always feel something down there too 

 

4 hours ago, PurpleandGray said:

Thanks for helping. I was wondering if it might be hot flashes bug sometimes it lasts hours. I'm only 32 but I've had a few hormonal problems in the past. It is indeed very uncomfortable and happens not only during outbreaks but random days. I'm wondering if it's just my body adjusting to the virus. I've only had it for3 months now. Ty for the reply.

 

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PurpleandGray

Thanks so much guys I I just got a bunch of blood tests done yesterday that may help me figure out what's going on.  Ty!

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Sallllllyyyyyy

I'm only 18 but I've noticed that I get very hot as well I didn't even think the virus could have anything to do with it but it makes sense. 

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