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Is excessive sweating a sign of heart disease?

Cymbalta - does this make you sweat at night?

I'm taking cymbalta for pain and depression. I was reading someone else's post and they said that Cymbalta makes them sweat at night. I did not realize that night sweats were one of the side effects. How many here have had this happen to them? I know I'm in menopause. Right after my... read more

What do I do about night sweats. Have been taking 150mg effexor xr for 6 years and wake up more?

... than one time a night, especially in winter when the heat comes on, sweaty and cold. It sucks. Does anyone know what to do about this? Frank

Has anyone experienced severe sweating while on Xarelto? I have night sweats and sometime start to?

... sweat for no reason -- many times I feel overheated which was never the case on other blood thinners. My hematologist said she has not heard this is a side effect but it is possible. Thanks

Does anyone have severe night sweats with bupropion hcl 150mg?

I was started out at 150mg a day and things were going ok. I was upped to 300mg and now I have bed drenching night sweats and wake up every hour on the hour to pee.

Has anyone had night sweats & trouble staying asleep while taking Cymbalta & Wellbutrin or Pristiq?

Doctor is recommending I switch to Pristiq bc of side effects of Cymbalta and Wellbutrin.For years I have had night sweats and trouble staying asleep. It wasn't until recently I realized this could be due to side effects of my depression medication. I am currently on Cymbalta and Wellbutrin... read more

Has anyone else experienced excessive night sweats on Cymbalta? (non menopause related)?

I have been on Cymbalta 60mg for a few months now after having negative experiences on sertraline and Lexapro. Cymbalta has helped stabilize my mood and control my anxiety however after a few weeks untouched a problem. I would wake up and night and my back would be slightly sweaty, this was in an... read more

Lexapro makes me feel spaced out?

Hello. I have never asked a question on here and I have been going through a pretty rough time. So I was originally on Cymbalta and buspar for about 6 months and I had night sweats and a foggy mind so my psych switched to lexapro. I started out on 5 mg and I was okay until about the second week... read more

Night sweats and Sertraline?

I am 21 years old and about a month ago I started taking Sertraline 25mg twice a day. Last night I woke up drenched in sweat even though I sleep with the AC on and 2 fans in my room. This has happened before I was taking this medication, but last night was probably the worse. Could this be a side... read more

Estradiol - quit cold turkey a few weeks ago, now have night sweats, hot flashes, weight gain etc?

My breasts are enormous and sore. I have also gained weight. Im sure this is normal but anyone who quit... can you tell me how long this may last??

Does anyone have night sweats when taking Klonopin?

I am having terrible night sweats! Help! Does anyone know something that can get rid of these? Help!

Recent med changes. Higher dose of Lamictal. Trazadone and added prazosin. Sorry if I misspelled these. I know some of it may be hormones. But since the med changes it's like I've gone swimming. Night sweats then chills and trembling. I need some relief!

Linzess - Has lizness caused you chils or night sweats?

The lizness is helping the ibs but I have been having chill episodes and then night sweats... curious if anyone else has?

Can headaches be a side effect of progesterone?

Now takiing: Biest/Progesterone (BiPr) 25mg, 1 tablet, 2x/day, for night sweats & hot flashes. Dr.was saying too little progesterone in my system and too much estrogen. I was previously taking Effexor, .375mg, for several months but stopped taking last week (also for Sweats)... and began BiPr.... read more

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