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Mild Night Sweats
Sweats/stomach ache: Pain can cause sweats. Mild night sweats may very well be within the normal range or they are part of the same picture as the stomach ache. Stomach ache could be gastritis, stomach or duodenal ulcer, acid reflux, etc. We need more information to determine the cause of your problem. ...Read more
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
Are persistent, but very mild night sweats (slight dampness on forehead and groin area) worrisome in the absence of other symptoms?
Fever: Yes, worrisome. Strongly suggest you get a thermometer and document the fevers, the times they occur, your pulse and check carefully to be sure there are no other symptoms. Take this info to an infectious diseases specialist, or you can start with your family doctor and go from there. This pattern is not uncommon with TB, lymphoma and some other systemic conditions. Good luck. ...Read more
Are very mild night sweats (minor perspiration along hairline and creases of thighs) consistent with carcinoid syndrome?
Carcinoid: Very unlikely. What maid you think of this? ...Read more
Should I be worried? Room is very cold, so I sleep with lots of blankets, mild night sweats x3 weeks. NOT drenching, just moist chest, hair, back. 27F
Sweats: If you are only having mild night sweats you may simply be getting too warm under the blankets you are sleeping with. You might want to check your body temperature before you go to bed each night for a few days and if normal and you have no other symptoms would not worry. Hope all is well. Best wishes. ...Read more
My period came a month late and i'm suffering from mild night sweats. No other symptoms - hormone issue?
Could be: The first thing i think of is thyroid disorder. But it's also possible to just skip a period because of stress and have night sweats because of that. Research shows that intermittent night sweat and hot flashes are more common than we thought. Many women have them randomly throughout their lives. But if they persist and more periods skip, hormone levels should be checked. ...Read more
Are mild night sweats worrisome for lymphoma? Wake up w/ some sweat on forehead, armpits, bend of knees, but not on rest of body, and not drenching.
Quit smoking & cut caffeine 2 weeks ago. Have been fatigued, insomnia and mild night sweats (damp around head, neck, chest). Related to abandoned vices?
Withdraw - tobacco: Stopping smoking involves a process of withdrawing. Focus on things outside yourself. Use gum or mints to replace the oral part of your habit. B complex can be used to boost your nutritional needs. Congratulations! you are on your way to a safer and healthier life for you and your loved ones. Check w/your doc to be sure this is what it is. ...Read more
Are frequent, very mild night sweats (damp forehead, groin, bend of knees) a symptom of metastatic cancer? They're not drenching, like with lymphoma.
I had very mild genital ulcer, night sweats, fever, itchy sensation inside penis, sore throat, angular chelitis one by one after sex. what can it be?
Can't tell, see doc: Your symptoms don't fit with any one STD -- and maybe none at all. The greatest concern is herpes, if indeed you had a genital ulcer, even if "mild" (by which I assume you mean small, painless, brief, etc). I suggest you stop trying to figure it out online and see a doctor or clinic experienced in STDs and sexual health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I suffered a mild concussion two weeks ago and am now having night sweats over the past few days. Is this common?
It is not uncommon: It is not uncommon specially with your condition. If symptoms persist it would be good to consult an specialist . In the mean time you should rest from sport and activities. ...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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