For the past couple of months, I've been getting extremely tired at night, to the point that I'm begging my husband to go to bed at 8:30. I also experience nausea occasionally, but not on a daily basis. My biggest symptom is that I've been experiencing a very strange overheating sensation. This mostly occurs when I'm seated and leaning against the chair, or when I'm in bed, but it can even occur when I'm just standing or walking around. My torso feels very very hot. When I touch my stomach, it doesn't feel hot to my hand, but it feels hot to itself. Does that make sense? I get this all day long, everyday. I've taken my temperature, and I haven't ever had a fever while this is happening. I keep the house 71 degrees at night, and sleep in my underwear under only a topsheet, and I still feel like I'm burning up on fire. When I'm driving in my car, I keep the air conditioning on 60 and I feel hot and cold at the same time. I shiver because I'm so cold, but my torso still feels like I'm about to spontaneously combust. I sweat a little, but never to the point of actually wetting my clothes or sheets. I wouldn't consider this night sweats because of that, and because this doesn't wake me up in the middle of the night.
What in the word could be causing this?
Edited to add: I'm female, 5'2", 120 pounds, 24 yrs old, not pregnant, healthy, and normal pap within the past 3 months. I have no history of night sweats or anything like this before.
What's your Dr say about it?? I had similar symtoms and have since had my gallbladder removed and was told that I might have Hypoglycemia but would need to be tested. I don't want to do that so I just watch my sugar & carb intake and haven't had much trouble lately so you might want ask your Dr about those 2 options.
Wow, thats a lot of tests. I know that the birth controll pill can cause blood pressure issues which can make you feel nauseas and light headed, maybe the ring is delivering too much hormones to you body at once.