I am 49 year old, post menopausal for 18 months, I previously had "hot flashes, moods swings, fatigue, and weight gain". I began exercising and felt better. I began experiencing abdominal bloating and profuse sweating at night, and now the sweating occurs intermittently throughout the day for 15 - 30 minutes. I experience fatigue and cold chills followed by sweating on a daily basis. I have to remove my clothes at night, and change my sheets due to excessive sweating which occurs throughout the night. I am now being treated for high blood pressure. I am on thyroid medicine for a goiter, and my lab test are normal. Am I experiencing additional menopause symptoms, I have menustrated in 18 months, although I have a short (3 hour) cycle last week. I feel like I am losing my mind, I have always been athletic, and now I have no energy. I sweat profusely all the time. Please help
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