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Does anyone sweat with there fibromyalgia not just at night but during the day as well?

posted September 8, 2017
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A MyFibroTeam Member

Those night sweats makes me feel like I just jumped into a pool of water.

posted August 15
A MyFibroTeam Member

oh no! I was going to ask my doctor to give me cymbalta !
I am on tramadol and I thought it was this drug! I am hoping for a cure !
It's bad enough that we have to be in pain... why the sweating too !

posted August 13
A MyFibroTeam Member

Yes, i sweat sitting in my recliner! Mostly its induced by exertion like walking. Any movement.
I think its the Cymbalta!

posted August 9
A MyFibroTeam Member

Yes I believe it was the - 🤣omg having a brain freeze; I'll have to come back when I can remember

posted August 7
A MyFibroTeam Member

Some meds can cause sweating ask your Druggist.

posted July 17
A MyFibroTeam Member

I see that a lot of us with fibromyalgia sweat excessively. Are there any solutions? I rarely get to this site anymore because I can just barely do what I need to do daily without checking emails. I saw the comment on sweating and I hear that I have many people in my boat!

posted June 28
A MyFibroTeam Member

I wish i could shower. Ive had bad experiences with the tub & the shower, exhausted. Trembling, crawling to bed.
Sweating day & night. All i have to do is move and i sweat. Not fun.

posted June 27
A MyFibroTeam Member

Sweating is a symptom of Fibro as our Temperature system in are bodies is not working properly. Also if you do too much work such as Housework or exercising you sweat more than others do.

posted June 26
A MyFibroTeam Member

I sweat everyday. I sleep with a fan on and recently started using Lume deodorant. My primary doctor tells me it is because I'm overweight. I also had a spinal cord tumor removed which I think has made the sweating worse.

posted June 26
A MyFibroTeam Member

I am seeking a referral to an endocrinologist because I want to have my hormones checked. The sweating could be caused by a hormone deficiency. I am post menopause by ten years and should not be experiencing cold chills, weight gain, sweating, and hot flashes. I've had poor success with primary care doctors. They cost $300 per visit plus $200 for lab tests. They tell me to come back every three months, and that is all. They also give me referrals to other doctors. I've had ten years of referrals to other doctors for the same symptoms and not one doctor had enough courage to resolve the primary symptoms. They try one medication after another medication or give more tests. I've had the same tests every two years. I feel like a ping pong ball. Sometimes, it is not one thing or one disease, it may be several conditions overlapping the fibro. Such as migraines, IBS, PCOD, PTSD, Sjogren's, PMR, etc, etc, so a person needs a group of doctors not just one person. However, our dumb medical professional does not work like this for the most part. Therefore most of us will stay sick for years or even decades. In the meantime, we have careers, families, homes, friends, and a life that we want to enjoy. Don't use medications without knowing the side effects and whether the Rx is compatible with another drug. 😡

posted June 26

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