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MissAnthony MissAnthony 41-45, F 19 Answers Feb 25 in Health

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Heart problems. No nobody wants to hear that but it can be a symptom of more serious things. You are seeing a doc right?

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Haven't seen a doc in over 18 months—I think my PCP left the practice. I'll have to find a new one STAT!

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Please do. Let them rule it in or out. Either way they can help determine what is going on and what to do about it.

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OH, NO! IT HAPPENED AGAIN! I WORE A BATHROBE TO BED SO I WOULDN'T WAKE UP COLD-N-CLAMMY (attractive, I know) IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT. THAT SORT OF WORKED. I WOKE UP A LITTLE BIT COLD. Yes, I'll go to the doctor soon.

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That stage of a woman's life. the big "M"

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But I'm only 41!

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It happens early sometimes.

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Menopause? Tuberculosis?

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I've actually had TB and that came with other symptoms, but that is a good answer (that's thankfully wrong).

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high anxiety

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Oh, hell, yeah—for various major reasons I am about to snap!

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:) drink?

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I don't do that anymore.

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one. small one. with friends. and chips. just an excuse for chatting about it.

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I don't really do small ones—best to stay away altogether, plus I have to have my wits about me to deal with the fan-hitting **** that has come my way.

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hope it gets sorted out quickly. and to your contentment

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Much obliged!

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my pleasure *bows*

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I've had night sweats before and I know it is not menopause (because I didn't lie about my age). I can get night sweats if I eat the wrong food. My brother does too (though they are different foods). Do you get them every night? Does it come with not sleeping too? Has it been occurring for long? Though if you are intolerant to something, it does't have to be food, it could be environmental.

Otherwise I can get a night sweat if I've too much blanket.

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I do sleep with a down comforter and the radiator is up too high (can't be adjusted and is controlled by the building). I keep the window open but my bed is closer to the heater.
It hasn't been every night, but it has been three in a row. Last week maybe once ... It has been very cold out (and hot inside). I don't think it's food-induced. Ugh!

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Nightmares- when you see a devil :)

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I've had nothing but nightmares for as long as I can remember and they've never caused sweating.

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Menopause,,you're going into the change,,docs can help the symptoms.

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But I'm only 41!

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depends when your period started,,,,some women enter the change in their 30's,,get checked over.

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I was 14.5 when I blossomed into womanhood.

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older than me then,,you just need to see your doc,,,sounds right though,,message me,,so i can ask some personal stuff

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Will do later—thank you.

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Overeating?

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Never.

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Stress?

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Oh, yes. Like 19th nervous breakdown style.

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Ohh!! What's going on?

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I wouldn't know where to start!

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:/
Sounds rough!

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It is. I wish Dr. Kevorkian had left us with an OTC DIY kit.

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its that time your starting the dreaded mena pause god hugs

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dont get mad with me early menopause? side affect to meds you might be on?

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I'm not mad, I just hope it's not true. I recently started taking a higher dose of a medication called Seroquel. Night sweats are among the potential side effects but toward the bottom of the list ...

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Diabetes, menopause, thyroid issue,

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Oh, my! I suppose I should see a doctor.

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Menopause !

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no sex

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I sweat when I have nightmares. I'm also sensitive to heat, and my heater comes on automatically if it's too cold

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I have the same issue radiator-wise. I've had nothing but nightmares for as long as I can remember so I don't think it's that. I am, however, more stressed out than I have been in years ...

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Menopause?

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