Our expert says:
The symptoms you describe are non specific but may be experienced with patients who have thyroid abnormalities or hormonal imbalance as well as conditions such as tubercolosis. However, to be more objective one need to monitor the actual temperature at the time and therefore I would advice the purchase of a digital thermometer. Should the feeling of heat be accompanied by a rise in temperature, this would be significant and should be reported to your GP. If it does persist I would recommed a hormone profile including a thyroid evaluation and should these be negative then there will be little reason for concern.
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