Feeling fever but no fever?

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This happens to me sometimes besides my hot flashes and prickly heat. I must be sensitive to the heat. I'm a 25 yr old female. I still have my period so it's not menopause. My face feels hot and body too. I don't have fever. I checked my temperature it was 97.6.. But I'm feeling like I feel when I get a cold in summer. I don't understand. Doctor had blamed my hot flashes on my hormones. He asked something and assumed I was because of that. (My hormones) Any advice is appreciated. Thanks👍

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      First of all, when did this condition start?

    If your doctor thinks that your condition is due to your hormone inbalance  you need to visit with an Endocrinologist.

     Or, you might have a lingering case of influenza.

     Have you had a flu shot recently? 

     I hope  this information has been helpful. 

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      It can't be the flu I don't have any other symptoms. This condition started a year ago. First time I had it. I was all day feverish but with no fever. I haven't had a flu shot recently or any other vaccine.

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    I had hot flashes as a side effect of medicine I was taking.  The only good thing about my "personal summers" was that I knew the medicine was working as intended.  Are you taking anything??

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     Have you been outside in the past three months where tics might have been present? 

     If so, you might want to have your doctor perform a Lyme disease blood test. 

    And I truly hope I am wrong about this.

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      Yes it's possible but I have no rash or headache. My bones and joints don't hurt . I just feel feverish without the fever. It's now two days it doesn't go away. Thanks for the information. 👍We have ticks outside our house. I didn't know their bite caused Lyme disease. 😞

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