It might have been 85 degrees, partly cloudy, with a slight breeze in Southeast Texas: I loved it, one friend started to sweat another just agreed that it was hot.
I've read the articles on anemia, because that's what everyone claims is my problem, but I didn't read anything about a symptom like this. Ironically, all of my friends, except one, could be considered above average or over weight, not obese, and I like to tell myself that their "natural insulation" is what keeps them from feeling like I do. I'm 6'2" and 150-170 pounds, very slender/swimmer build. I'm African-American, but I don't have sickle cell. It's so random, and very annoying. I need an answer so I can prove a point and/or fix the "problem."
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