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      The past few weeks I’ve been uncomfortably warm at night and even getting a “southern blush”.     Then suddenly I’m getting full blown night sweats.    I’m 74 and left that stuff behind a long time ago.

      Last night I woke up drenched from head to toe.   Dogs were moving away, I was throwing covers back and my husband is saying not nice words.     So – because, these days, I’m suspicious of anything strange I googled MS Night Sweats.    It was there!!!   I cannot believe that this is a problem.   Twice in one lifetime and this time has no foreseeable end?

      Is anyone else having this problem?    And, can we use the same thing we used for menopause?    Is it connected with hormones?    I’m guessing not.

      Any suggestions – I’ll take one and all.    Now going to strip bed and change sheets.






    • #19182
      Doris Parlette

      Yes, it has started to happen to me, too. Thought it was hormonal so cut back on progesterone, which helped Fr a while, but then the night sweats started again. It did not occur to me that it might be related to MS. Not sure what to do about it. Thanks for raising the subject, Micki!


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      Lorraine Greco

      I get very warm at nighttime also.   I don’t have it as bad as you do Micki but it so annoying.  When I go  I bed, I start getting hot and have to kick off my blankets.  I feel like I should put the overhead fan on but then decide against it,knowing my husband wouldn’t like it.  We keep our bedroom at 64 degrees.  I would think that would help.   by the time I am ready to go to sleep, I am ready to go back under the covers for the rest of the night.  When this happens, my head and neck feel very hot and sweaty.  Just another part of having MS but don’t have to like it.  I never took anything for sweats during menopause.

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