2043642 tn?1333919915
hot flashes
Hello, what do you think? Are hot flashes related to MS or Hypothiroydism disorder?
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572651 tn?1333939396
hotflashes as us women know them are probably not related to our MS.  I can't answer about the hyperthyroidism.
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2043642 tn?1333919915
Thanks a lot Lulu, I'm so confused among menopause, thyroid disorder and all this symptoms I've learnt just days before are MS'...
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1396846 tn?1332463110
Menopause was my first thought when reading the title of your post.

I don't know much about thyroidism but I can say that it is more than likely not related to MS!

Good luck,
Paula
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2043642 tn?1333919915
Thank you Paula,
both hotflashes and heat intolerance made me crazy.
fortunately it doesn't occur all the time.
Best wishes,
Tessie
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572651 tn?1333939396
be sure to talk to your doctor about these hot moments and see if there is something that can be done to regulate your thermostat.
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2043642 tn?1333919915
Thank you very much!! I'll do it, hug
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Hi. I have recently been diagnosed with MS and have TERRIBLE hot flashes! I am 50 and it could be menopause. However, comparing notes with friends and family, my flashes are much worse than what they discribe. My poor boyfriend, trying to help, turns the air conditioning on, it doesn't help; standing in a blizzard wouldn't help.I start Avonex this week, maybe it will help!
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