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Comment from: amberlee81, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: November 29

I have been having night sweats for weeks now, just like everyone else. I drench the bed, and feel gross when I wake up. It is a problem. I told my doctor, and he put me on a medication for anxiety to see if it would help, but it's not working. I hate this.

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