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653 Possible Causes for Hot Flushes

  • Drug-induced Fever

    When the set-point temperature returns to normal a person feels hot, becomes flushed, and may begin to sweat. Rarely a fever may trigger a febrile seizure.[]

  • Endocrine Dysfunction

    In contrast, only females can have FXPOI, which is an endocrine condition characterised by absent or irregular periods, and menopausal symptoms (early menopause, hot flushes[]

  • Menopause

    A typical hot flush (or flash) lasts a few minutes and causes flushing of your face, neck and chest. You may also sweat (perspire) during a hot flush.[] Hot flushes and night sweats If you experience hot flushes and night sweats as a result of the menopause, simple measures may sometimes help, such as: wearing light clothing[] From a woman’s perspective, having to share a bed can add to the heat she’s experiencing with hot flushes (see ‘ Hot flushes and night sweats ’).[]

  • Estrogen Deficiency

    If you have troubling hot flush es/ night sweats look at “ Natural Therapies for Hot Flushes ”.[] The goals of menopausal HT are: to reduce symptoms resulting from estrogen depletion, including hot flushes, sleeplessness, lethargy, and depressed mood treat urogenital atrophy[] Estrogen deficiency can cause the following symptoms: Fatigue Depression Poor libido Poor memory Hot flushes (fluctuating estrogen levels) Droopy breasts Irregular periods[]

  • Premature Ovarian Failure

    The ovaries stop producing estrogen and so symptoms including hot flushes, mood changes and vaginal dryness occur.[] Common symptoms include the cessation of menses, and the development of hot flushes and vaginal dryness.[] These include: Irregular periods/Stopping of periods Hot flushes/Night sweats Mood swings/Anxiety/Depression/Panic attacks Vaginal dryness Loss of sex drive Urinary tract[]

  • Tamoxifen

    Hot flushes and sweats These are common and are often mild, but this can vary. Hot flushes and sweats may lessen after the first few months.[] You can get hot flushes.[] The most common unwanted side-effects are hot flushes, and vaginal discharge and itchiness.[]

  • Panic Attacks

    flushes The presence of fewer than four of the above symptoms may be considered a limited-symptom panic attack.[] flushes Accelerated heart rate A feeling of constriction in the chest Breathing difficulties, including shortness of breath Nausea or abdominal distress Tense muscles Dry[] Hot flushes or chills. Feeling short of breath, sometimes with choking sensations. Chest pains. Feeling sick (nauseated), dizzy, or faint. Fear of dying or going crazy.[]

  • Heroin Withdrawal

    The Effects of Heroin After an intravenous injection of heroin, users report feeling a surge of euphoria (a “rush”) accompanied by a dry mouth, hot flushes, heaviness of the[]

  • Male Hypogonadism

    Hot flushes, sweats 51 CLINICAL PRACTIC GUIDELINE 52. Group B: Symptoms and signs associated with androgen deficiency that are less specific than those in group A1.[]

  • Menopause Ovarian Disorder

    Confusion arises due to the fact that they both share the same symptoms, for example hot flushes and night sweats. But, there are a few key differences between the two.[] This can be associated with other menopausal-like symptoms such as hot flushes, sweats and mood changes. How common is premature ovarian failure?[] ., hot flushes, bone demineralization, atrophic vaginitis) that can occur secondary to hypoestrogenemia induced by these agents. 31 Ovulation-inducing agents are usually employed[]

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