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Treatment Hot Flashes Hot flashes are not only caused by low estrogens of menopause or perimenopause, they may also be caused by non disease or condition reasons such as anti-cancer drugs. Tamozifen and osteoporosis prevention drugs such as raloxifene which act as anti-estrogens can also promote hot flashes and night sweats. Men undergoing prostate cancer treatment by way of anti-testosterone therapy, thermal blankets or other measures can experience menopause like symptoms, commonly referred to as male menopause male hot flashes. Estrogen and testosterone are believed to help protect the body against night sweats and hot flashes. When these hormones are no longer provided, the body may have a tendency to dilate blood vessels randomly which causes rapid increases in skin temperature -leading to excessive sweating.
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IN Inactive 23 Dec Hello anjeegyrl. Excessive sweating is considered to be a severe, serious side effect of taking Cymbalta. You really should mention this to your doctor. I can't understand how your primary doctor didn't pick up on this. You might phone your pharmacist, or another doctors office to confirm or get thier opinion on your question.
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Not to worry, though. Here is how to not sweat at school. We start with some antiperspirant-talk. Then we give you some style clothing strategies. In fact, we really are probably less mature than you are.
Treatment Facial Sweating Hyperhidrosis can manifest itself in many forms, and excessive facial sweating is on of them. When this condition occurs it extends to more than just the face, also affecting the scalp and even the neck. When the scalp is affected by excessive sweating, the hair may look oily and dirty.