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Why does the skin actually feel like it hurts - somewhat like when eating to much niacin--

why does the front of the throat feel so in need of air when having a flsh, as if we where not getting enough air-- but then we might actually not get enough oxygen for that moment..?

Could I be getting hot flashes every 3 hours day and night be because I DONT HAVE HIGH OXYGEN levels (89 -93) ???

I am getting tired at 67 -- I mean give me back my period.. when I had it then my skin was tight, my vanes did not loose their tone .. I had no wrinkles, good thing I sleep alone..ha-ha  


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When I have them (usually overnight while sleeping - it wakes me up), I feel overheated like I'm about to internally combust, like having fever and I can't stand any clothes or bedcovers.  But it's not painful, just maddening and uncomfortable.  If you are experiencing true pain, Goldie, I think you need to see a doctor(?).  I hope you get some good advice.
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When I have them (usually overnight while sleeping - it wakes me up), I feel overheated like I'm about to internally combust, like having fever and I can't stand any clothes or bedcovers.  But it's not painful, just maddening and uncomfortable.  If you are experiencing true pain, Goldie, I think you need to see a doctor(?).  I hope you get some good advice.


Yes, this is how I feel.  No pain - just a pain in the butt!

Goldie, I agree.  Maybe it's time to see a doctor.



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