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Can Mental Health Drugs Give You Hot Flashes And Night Sweats
I'm 26 and get constant, multiple times a day hot flashes. I sweat very easily and have had a major appetite decrease. High anxiety, poor sleep.
Hot Flashes at 26 ye: hot flashes is not common at 26 years of age. With your other symptoms of anxiety. Poor sleep, you need to be evaluated for hormonal imbalance including thyroid dysfunction. Do you have a history of anxiety, depression or bipolar illness. If you do, you may need to go see a psychiatrist to adjust your medications or start you on some. If you are otherwise healthy see a GYN. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mental health refers to the complex neuro-physiological state of well-being that is often observed and experienced through emotional, psychological, and social aspects of behavior. A combination of genetics and family history, culture and life experiences, and physiological health factors are all factors that contribute to one's experience of mental health. Unfortunately, the general term of mental health is often stigmatized and perceived as a negative; however, mental health includes positive aspects of health and well-being, including one's resilience, adaptability, and ability to ...Read more
Yes: Some antidepressants are among the most common causes of night sweats. However, others are actually commonly used to treat hot flashes, so those may be caused by a different drug or mechanism. I would talk to your doctor as it depends on what medications you are taking. Night sweats can also be a symptom of serious diseases, so you should see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Vitamin d regulates your body's absorption of calcium, so too much vitamin d will lead to hypercalcemia or too much calcium in your blood. Hypercalcemia typically manifests as constipation, nausea, polyuria (excess urination), and in severe/chronic cases, renal problems and cardiovascular issues. None of these issues would manifest as hot flashes or night sweats. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Differences: Hot flashes are sudden feelings of warmth (intense over face/neck/chest) that can cause skin to redden/blush. Night sweats are episodes of sweating that soak your bedding and are related to some underlying cause. Hot flashes can be severe enough to cause profuse sweating so see a doctor if night sweats occur on a regular basis, interrupt sleep, or accompanied by fever or unexplained weight loss. ...Read more
Changes: I am one that believes that tubals interrupt some of the blood supply to each ovary which can change ovarian function. These symptoms may be unrelated however, since many women in their late 30s and 40s develop menopausal symptoms prior to the actual onset of menopause, which is described as perimenopause or ovarian dysfunction. It is treatable with the right physician. ...Read more
Hi i was 24 years old when i had a full hysterectomy. I was wondering what i can do for hot flashes and night sweats?
HRT: I know you've read horrible things about hormone replacement therapy - but you've endured this for 4 years, and you've probably tried all the herbal nonsense without success. Your gynecologist can prescribe a hormone replacement regimen that will lessen your symptoms considerably with minimum risk. ...Read more
I'm having a tough time with menopause, over three years of hot flashes and night sweats. Is the degree of discomfort something that is hereditary?
Not necessarily.: If you handle menopause the same way as your family you may get the same result. Your endocrine (hormone), immune, and nervous systems are intimately related. If one is out of balance it can affect the others. Your hormones won't work well, despite adequate hormone replacement, if your adrenals and neurotransmitter (chemical messengers in the brain) levels are abnormal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not typical: Need more detailed description of symptoms. Where are the headaches, are they constant, how severe, what relieves them, etc. Are you having fever, when and how much; sore throat, muscle aches, gastrointestinal changes (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea). To what have you been exposed (sexually or otherwise). This does not necessarily sound like influenza, but need more info. See doctor. ...Read more
I just started Estradoil patch and progesteron pill yesterday. How long before i now if my hot flashes and night sweats subside?
Depends on dose: B"sd steady state is reached within a number of hours. Biologic effects may take longer ~ 4 weeks. Standard practise is to start with low dose and increase if necessary. For highly symptomatic women have initiated higher dose estradiol for rapid relief and then usually can taper to lower maintenance dose. Glad to discuss details if desired. ...Read more
I had a partial hysterectomy in 2007. Past week i've been having bad hot flashes and night sweats. Wat is going on? Is this normal.
Night sweats may be a sign of an overactive thyroid, vitamin d deficiency, or a more serious problem like hodgkin's disease. The most common cause is probably just a heavy mattress and a warm room. The result is the same: waking up overheated and sweaty. Some people have a problem with sweating not just at night. ...Read more
Sleep hyperhidrosis, more commonly known as the night sweats, is the occurrence of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) during sleep. The sufferer may or may not also suffer from excessive perspiration while awake. Sleep hyperhidrosis may occur at any age, but is most commonly ...Read more
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