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    mommatash10 posted:
    My 2 year old daughter sweats a lot while sleeping. Is that normal? it could be cool in the house and she still sweats her hair is always soaked. she hardly ever uses a blanket. Does anyone know what causes it or is it normal?
     
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    kay_kay75 responded:
    My daughter and I sleep the same way, my body temp goes up at night and I have never been able to use blanket sleepers with my daughter, I don't think there is anything wrong with it maybe mention it to your doctor on her next appointment. Has she always been this way or is this something new?
     
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    mommatash10 replied to kay_kay75's response:
    She has always been like this. She sweats all the time. Even when she uses a fan at night.
     
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    kay_kay75 replied to mommatash10's response:
    Yep me too, I have talked to the doctor about it before for myself and they just said it was nothing that it might just be normal for me but nothing to worry about.


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