I'm 38 and have been having night sweats since I stopped feeding my last son he's almost 5. I've switched to various pills/mini pills etc and now take nothing but they are just the same, I was tested for menopause but it came back negative. My records show I sweat for about 3/4 nights around ovulation day 14 on cycle and then again for 3/4 nights prior to my period. I recently have had a few eposides of thrush after my periods too so i sympathise with you Christoeuan!
I read it was a drop in estrogen and that herbal stuff may help has anyone tried black cohosh it can be found in some menopausal remedies such as Menersa™,Menoquil and Remifemin but i'm don't really want to start menopause treatments when i'm not sure if thats the problem??
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