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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
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User :   u there doc?
Doctor :   Yes XXXXXXXX
Doctor :   Please Tell me
User :   I am 28 yers old mail 5'11'' weaight 95kg.
Doctor :   ok
User :   I am sweating a lot from the past 2weeks. and also feel very hot in the night when i sleep. and my body also genarates a lot of heat.
Doctor :   ok
User :   i have developed this only now a days. is it normal or is there any problem
Doctor :   There are couple of investigations I would like you to get done 1) ECG at the height of pain and Sweating
User :   ok
Doctor :   2) Serum T3, T4, and TSH levels
User :   What are these tests for?
Doctor :   for Hyperthyroidism as that could be the other cause
User :   What does that mean in the laymans term
Doctor :   they are to rule out the Abnormalities of the Heart and the Serum Thyroid levels to Rule out
Doctor :   Hyperthyroidism
User :   okay
Doctor :   Since the possibilities in your case are that 1) you are obese so there could have been a Cardiovascular compromise to the blood
Doctor :   Supply to the heart and hence the pain and the sweating and
Doctor :   else the Metabolic state in the Body could be elevated in cases of
Doctor :   Hyper thyroidism and hence
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