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My temperature only has to rise a couple of degrees for me to react.
When I get a virus, infection, etc and I develop a temperature, I then get a rash on my face (predominantly cheeks) and upper back. The rash on my back looks like a measles type rash, the one on my face is flat red blotches the size of small peas. I also develop the facial rash when I am suffering from seasonal hay fever - to tree pollens from March to June. It comes out when I get hot worst.
Really, I can get this rash reaction whenever my body temperature rises above a certain level. I can be in a very hot environment and that can set it off too.
Thanks. What would I need to do to get screened?