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ive just started taking tibolone but the night sweats are still with me. Has anyone else experienced this and is it just a case of the body getting usd to it before the sweats go 

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    Hi Liz

    I had sweats for a few months after but they got fewer and fewer gradually.  I now have been on Tibolone for 3 years and just have the occasional one. Hope you feel better soon. All the best

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      Thank you very much.   I mentioned as I thought the sweats had worsened over last couple of days since taking tibolone.   I will stick with it though! 
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    Hi Liz. I have been taking tibolone for just over two weeks now. Not taking it for sweats so much but for absolutely overwhelming tiredness and joint aches and pains.... Plus I have generally lost my brain so to speak. Anyway.... My sweats have worsened since starting but I am feeling just a slght hint of energy coming back and a tiny bit more clarity already. I too think it's just my body adjusting to having a hint of hormones back.... Especially the testosterone as I had absolutely none. I am giving it at least three months to feel the effects. I am sure it will help both of us. Good luck smile

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    Hi Liz, please persevere as it will take about 4-6 weeks to get improvement. I am sure we will hear from you advising improvement. The benefits will be great. 

    take care and be patient. Do not give up too soon. 

    Regards Jenny 


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