levels need to be checked
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I have gone through your question in detail and I can understand what you are going through.
Infections will never lead to this kind of problem with sweating. There might be an add on infection in the throat but the sweating may not be related to this infection thing. So basically there is no need to wait for the infections.
1) Thyroid disturbances: Both increased and decreased thyroid levels will lead to increased sweating. Basically it needs to be investigated by doing a TSH
. Anemia can lead to this kind of sweating and hence the hemoglobin
levels need to be checked.
3) Blood Pressure. Reduced blood pressure can lead to this kind of sweating and hence BP needs to be monitored.
4) Sugars. Both raised and decreased sugars can lead to increased sweating and hence a fasting blood glucose
level should be examined.
Its only after doing these investigations that the cause of the increased sweating will become evident.
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