I sweat like donkey before..but after I was diagnosed with pityriasis Rosea I noticed that I don't sweat anymore..why is this happening to me?
I will feel very hot then my whole body and my face will turn red,it's really irritating me and I feel very very dry.what would I do?i drink lots of water because I also felt dry on my throat.im starting to worry now..
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Hi!i just recently noticed that I don't sweat anymore.i was diagnosed with pityriasis Rosea for over a month now.my skin turned red and now some part of my skin is scaly.i felt very hot and my whole body would turn red especially my face.i just noticed yesterday at work we are so busy doing chores and all my coworker are sweating like donkey and me not even a drop of sweat.im starting to worry now..why I don't sweat anymore.the feeling is so irritating..I feel so hot and will turn red and very dry..what is this thing happening to me?please help!!!View Thread
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