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Old Aug 17th, 2017, 04:49 AM   1
ronnie1234
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Excessive sweating


I'm 7 weeks post partum after elective section. I've been sweating loads in night that has eased a little now but I still sweat loads in the morning after shower when getting ready & trying to get lo & dd1 ready it's stressing me out & making me anxious which prob doesn't help the sweating then! I don't know what to do to ease it or help it.

I have an under active thyroid also.



 
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Old Aug 21st, 2017, 07:40 AM   2
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Is the excessive sweating new?

It could be hormone related but if a new thing I would speak to your GP about it x



 
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Old Aug 22nd, 2017, 21:12 PM   3
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I thought it was post pregnancy related but lo 8 wks so I'm not sure now



 
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Old Aug 23rd, 2017, 01:41 AM   4
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Talk to your GP about the excess sweating especially if you are embarrassed about it. Botox injections are a really effective treatment for this (see, not just cosmetic ) but whether it is a safe treatment in pregnancy/nursing mothers and right for you is a different story. Hope you get some answers especially if the sweating isn't baby related.



 
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Old Aug 23rd, 2017, 04:15 AM   5
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Talk to your GP about the excess sweating especially if you are embarrassed about it. Botox injections are a really effective treatment for this (see, not just cosmetic ) but whether it is a safe treatment in pregnancy/nursing mothers and right for you is a different story. Hope you get some answers especially if the sweating isn't baby related.
I have gp fri for post pregnancy check up so will try mention it then it's embarrassing when it's on face & especially hair as it's stuck to side of my head when sweating starts



 
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