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Topic: Burning feeling on skin on my back

2 posts, 0 answered
  1. Kate123456789
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    9 December 2019
    Hey guys, look for the past 10-12 days I’ve been experiencing a burning sensation on the top of my back I’ve been to a doctor and said oh it’s nothing put QV cream on it! Look I know it’s not nothing it’s feels hot and feels like a sunburn!
    so moving forward I suffer from anxiety I’m 31 I think I would say I’ve had anxiety nearly all my life. Since having children I would say it’s gotten so much worse I deal with the personal torment daily I’m not sure even my partner knows how bad my anxiety gets!!
    I worry about the most ridiculous things and when it comes to the health of my children that’s another ball game.
    So going back to the start of this topic the burning sensation I am feeling I started to google 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️.
    Now I’m conceived I has MS and have 25-30 years left to live. I just want answers and I feel absolutely ridiculous that my anxiety allows me to believe the worst every single time.
    ive booked another appointment to the doctors tomorrow, I do know one thing the burning pain I’m not making up.

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  2. Peppermintbach
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    9 December 2019 in reply to Kate123456789

    Hi Kate,

    That sensation sounds very intense. I can feel your frustration, distress and worry through your words. It must be so overwhelming...

    Sorry, I haven’t been through anything similar, so I don’t have any suggestions or advice to give. But I just wanted to wish you all the best at your upcoming doctor’s appointment.

    If you want to, but no pressure, let us know how your appointment goes.

    Kind and caring thoughts,


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