Night Sweats Topic Guide
Night Sweats: Night sweats refer to excess sweating occurring during the night. Causes include menopause, infections such as TB, appendicitis and diverticulitis; cancer; medications like aspirin, other NSAIDs, and antidepressants; diabetes; low testosterone; and hormone disorders. Depending on the cause, in addition to sweating at night, symptoms may include flushing, fever, or chills. Treatment depends on the underlying cause.
Low Testosterone (Low-T) Low Testosterone (Low-T) is a condition in which normal levels of the hormone testosterone in males and females. Symptoms of low-T in men include ED, decreased libido, and depression. Symptoms in women differ upon age and gender. Causes of low-T are primary hypogonadism, secondary hypogonadism, or tertiary low-T. Treatment of low-T in males is testosterone therapy. There is no FDA approved low testosterone in women.
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