I do profusely sweat most time after eating something. I have had some digestive problems for the past 5 years, and this seating started about 2.5 years ago. I noticed I do not digest gluten and dairy foods well, as I have a lot of gasses afterwrds. But sweating comes even after drinking tea. It is almost as if something is being tender when in touch with food. Could it be an ulcer? I was diagnosed with H.Pylori about 3 years ago, but got treated w/ antibiotics. I do not have a pain in a stomach, but just uncomfortable bloating and gasses, especially after eating starches. It helps when I take enzymes and chromium picolinate.
A few months ago they found out some tiny nodules on my thyroid, but no underactive thyroid was diagnosed.
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