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High Body Temperature As A Symptom
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I was wondering how many of you have a high body temperature. At night, my body gives off a lot of heat - my partner describes it as cuddling with a furnance. It is also at dinner that I will eat my most glutenous meals - pastas, breads etc.

Just curious if anyone else suffers from this.

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My daughter used to be like a furnace. She frequently felt, to me, like she had a fever but she didn't. I never connected it to gluten but now that she is gluten-free, I haven't noticed it.

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I'm like that but it is from my thyroid.....

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My DH says that I always feel really hot. I am always really cold though. The only thing that doesn't feel hot are my feet and hands. My hands are always cold.

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I have been rejected by the American Red Cross blood drives 3 times in three years because of high body temperature----not sick that I know of. I do have icy hands and feet.

Lisa in Michigan

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I had high body temp. from Hyperthroidism.

Then I got the same type symptoms when I got Lyme Disease.

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Lisamombo

I also get cold hands & frozen knees & feet. I was dx'd with Raynauld's years ago....plus the thyroid!!!!!

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I also have the cold hands and feet as well. As far as I know my thyroid is functioning fine. I got an MRI done on it 14 years ago, when I was having some really bizarre symptoms following getting glandular fever (mono) - my glands were swelling up every 2 weeks.

My blood test is on this Monday morning, so I guess I will soon fine out whether I do have celiac's or not.

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I was always hot pre-gluten free. My parents and sister would fight over who I was going to sleep with when we went camping. (I was a small child). They said I was a heater. I would also get really hot when I would have a "celiac attack". So much that I would feel like I would hurl and have to peel all my clothes off when I was sitting on the toilet.

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