I sweat all the time. My skin is cool to touch, but I sweat all over. My hair is alway wet.
I have check into Menopause and it is not that., My thyroid test are good. Im on synthroid 0.112 mg one a day
Me too. I wake in the night and then have about an hour or so with high temperature and skin ice cold. I strip off everything to stop sweating and then shiver. I've been on levo nine months, now at 112/day, but this hot/cold symptom I've had for only two weeks. And you, how long? Last time I looked I was a male, 80, so it's not menopause with me either.
Before i knew I had hashimoto's i would sweat with ANY activity. It improved after i got on levo. Now i sweat like you ..but i think it's probably a combination of being undertreated and menopausal..how do you know your thyroid tests are good?
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