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  • Renee Culver
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    July 21, 2014
    Renee Culver
    Editor
    July 21, 2014

    Hi Bird,

     

    Let me second angie's advice about seeing your doctor as soon as you can. There are many, many things that can cause this sort of pain, ranging from common to dangerous, and it's always better to have a physician check you over. The skin being hot to the touch is a sign that you should have a professional screening, because it may be sign of a blood clot, or the sign of an infection from a spider bite, or cellulitis. Good luck! And please let us know what your doctor says about your condition.


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