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    Hello, has anyone had a problem with all of a sudden you are sweating down your back, in the back of the neck and fore head, At night I can feel the sweat down my legs all the way to my feet. Can this be coming from the medicine or is it just another I C thing? Also is anyone having problems with their hair, it takes one day and my head is so greasy, I did have really dry hair, not no more, it is thinning pretty bad and looks like it is wet all the time. Does anyone have any answers, please post them or contact me [email protected] Thanks for all the help..Sue041 [img]redface.gif[/img]

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    Yes, I sweat WAY to much all the time. The funny thing is, most people think that I must be warm all the time to sweat so much. But I'm always cold. (And as I'm sure you know, it's much more uncomfortable to be sweating when you're cold - icy cold sweat dripping down your body *ugh*) Not only my arms, but my back, legs, etc. I've had thyroid tests and they're normal. My doctor gave me a precription antiperspirant but I was allergic to it. I don't know what causes it, and I don't know what to do about...I've just been putting up with it for the past few years. If anyone has ideas, please post!


    • #3
      How old are you guys? I started doing this in my mid-thirtys and it turned out to be menepousal, have your dr do a hormone check.

      no more sweaty hugs [img]biggrin.gif[/img]
      Courage does not always roar. Sometimes, it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow".


      • #4
        Agggghhhhh! Menopause! I'm only 17. [img]eek.gif[/img] Guess (in my case) it's not that...LOL.


        • #5
          Drama_Queen, I do believe you may be suffering from that other unspeakable female word "puberty" HEHEHEHE [img]biggrin.gif[/img] Much more likely than menepause.

          In both cases it could just be a hormonal impalance, stress, other health problems, and the general ability of womens bodies to get even with them on a regular basis for being born.........all can cause this to happen. Sue, I had the hair problem when I was doing puberty. It was because I was getting too much of one hormone (hey, that was over 15 years ago, you try to remember that when I cannot even remember to brush my teeth!). Dry hair can be related, but much more likely due to too little fat in your diet. I would suggest that you get some books from the library that talks about hormonal issues and try to get a grip on what is happening, and what is worth worrying about and what is worth just blowing off. Best of luck, Lisa
          God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging......The LORD Almighty is with us the GOD of Jacob is our fortress." Psalm 46:1-3,7

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