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    This is going to sound weird. For about two weeks now, I have a part of my body get extremely hot.
    It is right below my left cheek, butt cheek that is, the upper part of my back thigh. It is the size of a hand, it feels hot from the inside, but not hot to touch. It feels like I am sitting on a heating pad, that is on the hot setting.
    At first I ignored it, but it has been going on for a couple of weeks now, about 10 times a day.
    I tried to look for a pattern, but couldn't find one.
    I have had the opposite before, where I would have a part of my body that got cold, but this is just strange.
    Please tell me, somebody else had this before.

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    Sorry Debbie. Never had this happen. If it keeps up you might want to see a doctor.

    Let me know. Now I am curious!
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    Thanks Mari,

    It is not painful, but it is sure bizzare. I asked my hubby to check it out, because I can't see the back of my thigh, but there is nothing to see.
    I really don't want to see the doctor for that, all he is going to say is," it's probably a lupus thing".

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    I have had weird sensory things like that before. I get it down the back of my left leg. Sometimes it feels like a hot cup of water was poured down the back of my leg. I thought it may have something to do with a torn disc I have in back, but I'm not sure. Whenever I mention it to my drs, they never seem overly concerned or they chalk it up to the lupus. Sigh.
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    I get this too, I'm not really concerned about it either. It doesn't hurt or anything just feels odd. I get them mostly on my cheeks, ears, and arms.

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    It disappeared as sudden as it appeared. Until this thread came back up, I had forgotten about it lol. One thing is for sure, I don't miss it.
    Thanks for the reply.

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    I get something like this. It's more like when a dog gets a "hot spot" where it's very itchy and rash-like. I have one on a certain spot on my side. That's the biggest one and the one that's the most irritating.

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