Sweating

Sweating

Dose anyone sweat more now that they have the fibro?? It seems since i started it i been more sweaty. Is this part of the fibro??

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I'm so glad to know I'm not the only fibro chic with perspiration issues. People say, just use a clinical strength deodorant. I say, do they make it in a total body stick cuz I sweat from my scalp to to toes and before 5 years ago, I NEVER DID SWEAT. Honestly I never did sweat at all anywhere. I use to think this way unusual a I saw everybody else sweating but now, I making up for all those years of not sweating and UGH! šŸ˜ I hate it and WTF is up with this groin sweat and under-boob sweat? I am horrified by this. I don't like it at all. I feel like I'm not in my own body anymore. šŸ˜’

posted 10 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I'm pretty much the same as all the other here, I can be sat in a cold room & I could suddenly feel my stomach/bowel area start to heat up, I mean heat up too, next it will start to travel up & down the rest of my body. Pretty soon after this starting I will start to sweat, it can reach a point where the sweat will drip from my nose & chin, I can wake up either through the night or in the morning & my Pjs will be damp, my Gp just say that they can't help me with this. I can go very cold too, if somebody was to touch me I would feel warm but inside I will feel extremely cold.

posted 10 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I do sweat on and off will it comes it comes I also have hot and cold flashes when I'm cold I'm cold how come numbness and tingling and I'm cold takes me hour to get warm I love this summer even though I sweat my bones feel great in the summer

posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes I sweat profusely as well even in colder weather my short hair will be drenched in sweat that I have to often use a bath towel over my pillow so to not damage them. My doc thought it is pre menopause and Iā€™m on 2 hormone therapy but I still sweat mainly my head and face

posted 10 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Definitely yes. I actually had to work with a bandana on my head to stop the sweat running down my face. I learnt that sometimes I was sweating due to pain even if I wasn't feeling it much because of my medication. I found a makeup setting spray by elf that actually holds up against fibro sweat so I could still wear makeup when I wanted to because I'm in my twenties it was important for a good while to feel normal about something even small like makeup.

posted 10 months ago
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