Regardless of how cool/cold it is around me I will sweat a ridiculously large amount and my ears get red and actually feel hot. It's like my internal thermostat is out of wack, I can just be sitting for this to start so I was wondering if any one else has dealt with this and if so how do you deal with it
If I move at all, like walking around the house, grocery shopping, any house cleaning...I am a sweat hog! The sweat just drips down my face, in my hair then down the back of my neck, under my shirt, everywhere! I carry a fan in my purse and I use like magazines where ever I am at to fan myself. I fan myself even if a fan is running on me! I have been accused of doing too much but usually I don't. What do you do when you have to grocery shop? Is this too much? Man, what a mess!
@A MyChronicPainTeam Member, I have the same problems as you describe. I've been looking into side effects of medicines and a common side effect of Targin / Oxycodone is excessive sweating. We're in the process of looking into it and whatever repercussions may yet occur.
I have the same problem. Have you ever asked a doctor if it caused by pain? I need to ask mine because the sweating is uncontrollable.
i hear you, peggy! 🙄 all along have had this tendency towards a deluge of sweat & as a result the need to rehydrate fast with fluids & electrolytes & fans on all year long & ice packs & chilled pop cans are close friends! 🤣 anyway, i just read an article on extreme b12 & many symptoms of b12 deficiency. so perhaps even supplementing with extreme b12 might also help ease the sweats, too? 🙏
I have them all the time. But they are worse at night. Haven't had a good nights sleep in ages. Getting tired of having to change bed sheets and pjs. Way past hot flashes too. Also have the same problem as DleeWallech. It can be 105 outside and I have on fuzzy socks. Nobody knows what is going on. 😟