Night sweats

Ainu

Well-Known Member
Warning: I'm on mobile and my phone hates it so I apologize for any spelling mistakes, it's hard for me to go back and proof read.

Hello everyone,
So for the last couple of months I've been having really bad night sweats. As I am 29 I doubt that I'm going through menopause. Most if the time it's just my butt and thighs but sometimes it's like I jumped into a pool. It's dripping off my face and my clothes are soaked and I have to wake up my husband so we can change the sheets. I've been ignoring it for as long as I can but I've finally had enough. I've no idea if it's something to do with the surgery or if it's something unrelated. I did message my doctor but I'm impatient so I figured I'd ask you guys.
 

Munchkin

Full of Fairy Dust
You are running out of fat, right? Less fat means less estrogen. Less estrogen can lead to night sweats. Another possibility...D deficiency can cause sweating.
 

Larra

Well-Known Member
Night sweats can be a sign of lymphoma. Not to add to the concerns created by Dr. Google, but you really should let your doctor know. Or could be a sign of thyroid disease. Or the aliens. Bottom line, no one can answer this one over the internet, it's time to consult a real live doctor.
 

Ainu

Well-Known Member
Much less concerning, antidepressants cause night sweats. I'm on a bunch and I think I may have started new ones around the time the sweating started. Kind of wish I kept track of that.
 

Ainu

Well-Known Member
Unfortunately it's that time of the year where no doctor is ever available. Well, I'm not dead yet.

Also, happy new year everyone! May you all reach your goals!
 

galaxygrrl

Well-Known Member
OK, so you really should see a Dr. I like the alien ideas too, but when I had kidney failure, I had the worse night sweats ever.
 
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