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    Severe night sweats and cold day sweats constantly
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    Has anyone with endometriosis had issues with severe, drenching night sweats and cold day sweats/clamminess? I've been dealing with it for almost 2 years now....I've been to a lot of doctors but they never found anything or pushed me along to the next one. I've had these issues before my laparoscopic surgery and treatments. I get a lupron shot once every 3 months in my hip from the severe pain: It gets so bad I cannot walk. The shot has seemed to help some to control the flare ups of pain. I am just concerned because I am constantly dehydrated so I never feel well. I am always exhausted as well... I've seen things online saying endo and night sweats are not related...I really don't know where to turn next. Doctors have become a waste of my money because I wasn't getting any answers.


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