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How To Treat Night Sweats When Breastfeeding
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
I have had swelling near my armpit, night sweats, and weight loss for 3 weeks. Still part-time breastfeeding. Baby 3 mos. Could this be cancer?
2 weeks postpartum. Night sweats common? Wake up drenched. Clothes are damp. I am breast feeding as well.
I am 5 months postnatal, not breastfeeding but period has not returned. having night sweats, vaginal dryness. Scared its early menopause. I have pcos.
DRESS THIN,ANTIPERSP: If your doctor has ruled out the conditions which can cause night sweats, you can try following 1dress in thiner or no cothes 2keep thermostat down in bed room 3avoid spicy foods before bed 4hydrate yourself by drinking more water 5do not exercise late at night before bed if you do not have a medical condition like throid disease, taking certain meds, tuberculosis, low testosterone, hivetc, other rare c. ...Read more
What r some natural ways to treat severe neck, shoulder, and back pain? Also have body chills and daily night sweats.
Platelets 627 elevated since sept 2012 WBC 10.5 enlarged spleen ALT 82 AST 66 treated for left lymph swollen 3 weeks ago night sweats-yes need help ?
See hem/onc: You need more evaluation. See your doctor- you need a referral to see a hematologist/oncologist. Some work up need to be done and perhaps also a bone marrow biopsy as indicated. Things like hepatitis c infection and other condition like a lymphoma have to be ruled out. Go get yourself checked. ...Read more
Large painful lump near nipple. Waiting for mammogram. Night sweats, fever for 10 days. What are the chances this Is breast cancer..can't sleep?
Breast abscess?: If you are breastfeeding, it maybe a breast abscess. Symptoms include painful local swelling + breast lump, redness & tenderness of the breast. In non-lactating women subareolar breast abscess may develop representing an infected lump just under the areola. Inflammatory breast cancer is much less likely, but you should definitely get an ultrasound and possibly a mammogram (if not breastfeeding). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
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