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WebMD comes to my email daily today it was about why we have night sweats and I was shocked to see all the reasons and menopause was down the list aways.
Low Blood Sugar
Lymphoma ( and other cancers)
This rare tumor that grows in the adrenal glands usually isn't cancerous, but it can cause your body to make too many hormones, which raise your blood pressure and cause night sweats, headache, and a racing pulse. Most people with a pheochromocytoma are between 20 and 50. You're more likely to have it if you have a hard time controlling your high blood pressure or have family members who've had one or a related genetic disorder.
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