I sweat constantly

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I sweat constantly. I've had my thyroid checked and I'm on sythroid for that. Anyone else sweating all the time? This sucks my hair is constantly wet in the back and I don't dare put foundation makeup on because it would just melt off. I have to actually take a hanky with me wherever I go to wipe off the sweat on my face.

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    hi im sweating bad to mostly through the nigjt i feel real cold so cover up but im sweati g i have to change my clothes but mostly my pants and my legs get wet and between my boobs and stomach. and through the day i sweat in my groin area havi g to change my pants if i go out as just walking makes it worse. never been like this till a few months back, i started on norethisterone for constant bleeding for months and wile its stoped that im geti g this sweati g and also dry eyes and spots and bloat and tierdness and achy joints im a wreck lol. id cope with the rest if i didnt sweat so bad. the worst is sweati g in my groin and bottom i feel like im wetting my pants its horrid. cant understand why im sweati g so much down there. even in night with night sweats its worst down there and tops of legs. i have to get up in night and change several times and wipe myself down. hope it all stops after meno  and its not like this for ever.
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      I'm the same way with sweating in my groin area and having to wipe myself down and change clothes. It's annoying and I get self conscious about it. I'll take a shower and before I can get in bed at night I can feel sweat in my groin area. It's crazy but now we know we aren't alone.

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    Hi Tracy...last year when my symptoms started the worst 2 were sweats and moodswings. I would literally look like I had a bucket of water tipped on me. And it would last half an hour at a time. I cut out coffee and my sweats have literally gone. I found each time I had a coffee it would make me sweat for up to an hour afterwards. I don't know if it would help but if you are a coffee driinker it may help.

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    Hi Tracy, there are foods that trigger your hormones to feel hot, they are:

    Coffee, chocolate, soy lecithin, alcohol, meat and processed foods. Cut these out of your diet and your night sweats will diminish.

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    Thank you for the tips ladies.
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