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... Sounds like you are in Perimenopause. That is the 10 years before the actual menopause. Your symptoms match that. The sweating and feeling hot. With mine I have many more symptoms including itching. I am taking bioidentical hormone creams that are helping alot. ... (6 replies)
... This post describes me almost exactly. For the past 4 years I have been hot ALL the time! If I move or exert myself in any way I turn bright red and sweat profusely all over my body but especially on my face and head. ... (6 replies)
... can open another avenue of searching for the answer by my situation. I am post menopausal so I thought the sweats were part of it. However, 5 years later I am sweating more than ever. I also shake at night. Recently I also started cramping really badly. Jumping out of bed at night because my toes or my calves were in knots. ... (10 replies)

... ng with high testosterone levels. . . I was told it is somewhat like a cluster. I don't think that doctors test hormone levels regularly, however, I requested it and found that there are some underlying reasons for my excessive sweating and joint and muscle pain, none of which are menopause. ... (10 replies)
... always VERY HOT, regardless of weather. I was tested and the following readings were shown, are there normal? ... (10 replies)
... had to say congratulations on not letting the doctors brainwash you into believing it was 'nothing'. I had the same scenario with my thyroid, adrenals, hormones and digestive issues. ... (6 replies)
... you, but I would like to ask you some questions, because I have a hunch that we may have some similarities in our conditions. I, too, have gained lots of weight, and my doctors, also, have suggested perimenopause and other totally stupid hypotheses. I, too, have had a whole bunch of tests that all came back normal. ... (6 replies)
... oing totally off the rails. Not everybody with a thyroid problem feels cold. Not everybody with a thyroid problem puts on weight. I'm hypo but don't feel cold and dont put on weight. My symptoms are more like hyperthyroid instead of hypo. ... (6 replies)
... It depends on how old you are. If you are at the age perimenopause is likely. However, if you're a bit younger, and depending of how frequently this is happening, you estrogen might be plummeting. ... (6 replies)
... meone has some I ideas I came on hear looking for answers to exactly what you are describing,I am in menopause but this started before that.And this is more then hot flashes. ... (6 replies)
... on the high side which would indicate hypothyroidism. HypoT usually causes you to be cold, but everyone is different. The doctor also needs to check your Free T3 and Free T4. I noticed you had a Free T4 but you didn't put the lab range. Do you have the range for that test? ... (10 replies)
... Endocrinologists are not experts in my opinion and even though it may be slightly "abnormal" these specialized physcians look at the hormone levels very closely and offer solutions to you, and not the "general" person. ... (10 replies)
... Remember, Secondary Raynauds is usually caused by only a few illnesses such as: scleroderma and mixed connective tissue disease systemic lupus erythematosus other connective tissue diseases, including Sjögren's syndrome dermatomyositis, and polymyositis Unless you are on meds that can cause it or are using jackhammers - my opinion is that Raynauds is a clear indicator... (10 replies)
... I am always unbearably hot, even though I am not hot to the touch and my temperature is actually below normal. I have had my thyroid, ovaries, and hormone levels tested. ... (10 replies)
... I'm 30 and am having this trouble. I will ask my doctor about my Cortisol levels on Friday. ... (10 replies)
... I have the same problem and had blood tests done and was told all my levels were fine. The doc put me on Robinul and that hasn't helped much at all. I just recently had more blood tests done and go back to the doc this Friday. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, thanks. I am 29 years old - and not starting / going through the menopause the Doc. said, following testing. So I'm still no nearer to the 'truth' or solution. (10 replies)
... There are a few things that may be a factor also. I have been complaining of the same things to my GP as well as constant fatigue, muscle and body aches. He always ran thyroid tests and told me all was normal. Finally, my mood swings were out of control and I knew it. ... (10 replies)
... I need to find a doctor who deals with ALL hormones, not just progestrone and estrogen. Currently, I am estrogen dominate and having problems taking progestrone. Also, I feel the adrenaline running my body, heat racing, feeling hot, and something sweating fo long periods of time. ... (1 replies)
... Hey everyone, after a long time living with a host of different symptoms, I bit the bullet yesterday and got a blood test. Results just came back and I wonder if anyone could help me interpret them? ... (2 replies)

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