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Old 06-05-2013, 08:41 AM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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I'm a 22 year old male and for two nights in a row now, I have had excess night sweats that completely drench my pillow and sheets. The first night, I thought they were due to a caffeine pill I took(used for energy and working out) and it was the first time I had taken it in about 6 months.

But, last night I woke up after sleeping for two hours as I sweating (although no where near as excessively, but still soaked half of my pillow) and I went back to bed and didn't have any issues for the rest of the night.

I will say that it the sweats from last night are possibly due to stress from worrying about whether or not it was going to occur again and I woke up 3-4 times last night. I keep my room at 65 degrees, as I do every night, so that can't be the cause.

I don't have health insurance, so I certainly don't want to see a doctor unless I'm in excruciating pain. I don't have any ailments during the day (no fever, fatigue, no abnormal weight loss, etc.) So I'm not sure what to think.
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Old 06-05-2013, 01:33 PM
 
Location: St. Louis
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What is your weight like? I've heard this can be a symptom of diabetes and younger people are getting it.
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Old 06-05-2013, 02:23 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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I mean I'm within 20-30 pounds of being a normal weight. I definitely wouldn't say I'm morbidly obese or anything close.

I've looked through the list for symptoms of diabetes (both 1 and 2) and I didn't see anything other than "sweating" that I have been experiencing. I've no issues with weight loss (or gain for that matter), thirstiness, slow healing wounds, etc.

I called a nurse at a local hospital and she suggested that it was those fat burning pills I took are designed to raise my temperature and therefore probably causes the bad night that I had. She said last night was probably due to anxiety from thinking that it could be serious. She said if it happens again tonight or tomorrow to make an appointment.

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