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    teenager with hot flashes
    An_221567 posted:
    My soon to be 16 year daughter has what she describes as hot flashes. It's forsure she has mood swings. The doctor thought that when she started having her period that the problems would stop... I've tried to google this, but all I can find is for Adults... any suggestions.
    Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Have you talked to her doctor since she started having a period about these hot flashes?
    nagasahithya responded:
    There are many causes to get hot flashes in teens. Eating spicy foods is also one of the reasons. If your teenager has epilepsy, then she is prone to seizures and may report hot flash like symptoms during a seizure. Read on this article to know more on this:

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