EVERY medication on the planet has SOME sort of side-effect. Basically what everyone has to do is balance the benefits vs drawbacks. If the Lexapro is really making your life better, then you have to decide if it is worth the nightsweats. If not ask your doctor to try another med. Every medical decision is based on PROS/CONS, espesially when taking medication.
There are many causes of night sweats. When one is fighting an infection or a virus, the body temperature rises and can cause sweating. Women experience night sweats during the menopause. Some cancers also cause night sweats.
Yes, it is possible for men to have night sweats. Night sweats in men are more often causes when testosterone levels drop below a normal level, which will send false signals to the brain and cause night sweats.
Many different things. If one is concerned about night sweats they should see their doctor and ask.
Many bad night sweats is not a sign of cancer. You can be overweight. You can also have menopause symptoms. That doesn't mean that you have lymphoma, but if you want to know what causes your night sweats; visit a local doctor.
Night sweats can be caused from simply having the heat set too high in your house, or it can also be caused by hormonal fluctuations. Some medications, especially anti-depressants can also trigger night sweats.
Usually this is not serious; the Mayo Clinic has a good short answer for this. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/night-sweats/AN01042
Some causes of night sweats and hot flashes include the woman going "over-the-hill" and going through medapause where they stop having their period and are no longer able to have children due to age.
One of the most common causes of Night sweats during early pregnancy (first trimester) is the hormonal changes related to pregnancy. But cold sweats are not typically a sign of pregnancy.
Night sweats may be caused by a number of things. Reactions to medications, hormonal fluctuations, and even sleeping in a room that is too hot can cause night sweats.
I think you get night sweats because you are eaither hot, or you are having a bad dream
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Night sweats are episodes of profuse sweating at night during sleep. Typically, a person will complain that they wake up in the middle of the night absolutely drenched with sweat. Night sweats may occur in many known diseases, some serious, some not so serious, but the majority of them are chronic and involve some sort of inflammatory component. Aj :) Men 40 plus can go through Andropause similar to a woman's Menopause and it can cause night sweats and is normal. Also nightmares can give you night sweats.
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Yes, its actually very common to get night sweats from steroids. Especially British dragon steroids. JZ
Lymphoma night sweats is a condition that can affect people sometimes that already have a medical condition to sweat excessively. There are treatments such as therapy and medicine.
Night sweats can also be caused by your emotions. A worrying, bothersome thought can immediately cause the body to respond with heat and sweat. Sweating is very common among not just women in menopause, but older women in general. My doctor says she see women in the nineties still having hot flashes.
My doctor told me to take the lexapro whenever I want, morning or night, as long as I am consistent (ie. always morning or always night or always mid-afternoon).
Night sweats are one of many possible results. Depending on the age and gender of the person, they may be made worse by pre-menopausal symptoms.
Yes. Night sweats result from low to medium grade fever and Crohn's Disease does cause the patient to have a fever because the body is fighting inflammation.
It's so hard trying to get sleep when you are dealing with night sweats. One thing that I do to deal with it is sleep with layers on my bed and also have a bedside fan on.