I have night sweats about 4 times a week, but it is only from the waist down. I wake up wet from the waist down. This happens whether I shower before bedtime or not. This happens with boxers on or in the nude. I use one blanket. The approximate temperature in the room during the night is 68 degrees F and there is a fan on throughout the night. I take fluoxetine every morning but i have been taking that for quite some time before the night sweats. I have also had 'gas' constantly for the past few years despite many changes in diet (if that has anything to do with it at all). i am a 24 year old male. (I just graduated college and I am of my parents insurance or else I would see a doctor. I won't have insurance until my job starts in August.) Any ideas? Thank you for reading this and I appreciate your help.
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