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Menopause, excessive sweating down face and neck. Taking citalopram, atorvastatin. Cure for symptoms?

I have been going through menopause i am suffering really badly with sweating, i work in a bakery and do customer service and find i have sweat dripping down my face and neck its really embarrasing. Was just wondering if some of my medication could make it worse. i also take citalopram 20mg and Atorvastatin ta 20mg per day.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Thank you for the query. I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. Excessive sweating in menopause in a very common symptom with which many women come to our clinic and it is quite normal as it is due to harmonal imbalance. But usually they are described as night sweats. So, coming to the medications you have mentioned I will definitely agree with you as the drugs you are using causes excessive sewating and for that you need to consult your treating doctor to take some help about the dose or if it irritates you much you can change the class which might help you. Thank you.
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