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Recurring Sweat Symptoms
I have the following symptoms for the past 2 days .but I don't know what I have ?
Hot and cold flashes .but they last very long .all night I sweat .n
Vague: hot/cold feelings for someone your age likely from an infection or a medication you may be taking. Possibly thyroid too. ...Read more
31yrs.Had B12def 3 yrs back.Got corrected.Lately stopped taking injections.I exercise&sweat lot.Looks like my symptoms are back.Does sweat affect B12?
No, but you may need: B12 injections. The reason you needed B12 injections probably never went away. Body can store about a years worth of B12 and you are probably out of it. Please consult your doctor to get your B12 level done and my be resume B12 injections. Sweating is not likely to affect B12. ...Read more
Not an allergy: You would not have an allergy to sweat. You could have a sensitivity reaction to what comes out in the sweat as it is a way for the body to detoxify, and some people are very sensitive to chemicals.You could get itching or a rash. I recall one lady that came to the doctor thinking she was allergic to her husband but it was the chemicals she was exposed to at work that came out in his sweat ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 7 month old has had cold sweats the last two days but has no other symptoms. What could be wrong?
When i exercise i sweat too much, i mean much more than any one in the gym, what deficiencies this symptom might mean?
Sweating: See your doc (especially if you have other symptoms) and if he/she has no clear diagnosis it may simply be that you sweat more that others. It is not necessarily a deficiency but may lead to deficiencies in your electrolyte balance so be sure to eat well, i.e., lots of fruits and vegetables--eat the rainbow. Stay hydrated and avoid most electrolyte drinks because they can be high in sugar. ...Read more
My ex used to soak with sweat while sleep- no other sympthoms- can it be aids?- which tests should I take because of him?- im worried please help
Anxiety: She needs a TLC. is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms of severe anxiety: insomnia, chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, palpitations, tremors, and sweat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Listen to your Body!: Sweating is only 1 of many symptoms of a panic attack. What you're describing seems more like your body is giving you indication that the thought in question is emotionally-laden. If there's a positive vibration about it, then great! you're just excited ;) if the vibration is negative, then the indication is that something needs to be explored, worked through & resolved. Listen to your body! ;). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No, reflux maybe ...: IBS is typically a combination of abdominal pain / bloating and bouts of diarrhoea or constipation. NIght sweats are not a typical symptoms. A common natural cause of night sweats is the menopause, however they may also be caused by infection, inflammatory process, thyroid gland disorder, as a side effect of certain medications, or, rarely GORD. Recommend review with Dr to elucidate the cause. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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