Night sweats is found among people who take Melatonin, especially for people who are female, 50-59 old , have been taking the drug for 1 - 6 months, also take medication Benadryl, and have Depression . We study 4,124 people who have side effects while taking Melatonin from FDA and social media. Among them, 24 have Night sweats. Find out below who they are, when they have Night sweats and more.
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Melatonin has active ingredients of melatonin. It is often used in insomnia. (latest outcomes from Melatonin 4,179 users)
Night sweats (sweating in night) has been reported by people with drug ineffective, weakness, insomnia, joint pain, malaise (latest reports from 11,492 Night sweats patients).
On Aug, 23, 2016
4,124 people reported to have side effects when taking Melatonin.
Among them, 24 people (0.58%) have Night Sweats
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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I have been taking Depakote and at this time, I am gradually getting off of it. PLEASE remember that Keppra hurts the KIDNEYS. I am getting on Tileptral, which does not have the side effects of both Keppra and Depakote. As far as, Night Sweats, please remember that AZO helps, but also here are two options: 1) Pumpkin Seed and Bio-Flavanoids are both in AZO, therefore, I go to the Health Food Store and buy Gel Capsules of Pumpkin Seed and tablets of Bio-Flavonoids. This helps Night Sweats. 2) Also, I take the GNC Women's Progesterone Cream and put a little down below and a little on my upper arm, before going to bed at night. I certainly hope this helps. BUT, PLEASE NOTE, if AZO can go on the shelf to sell, I would think that it would go with any RX, as popular as it is. I still would check with my Pharmacist, Doctor or Herbalist. I certainly hope this helps you. email@example.com
I've been taking Melatonin for more than 5 years. As I was having night sweats, a pulmonary specialist had me take a sleep study- my apnea was not bad but they put me on the CPAP. After a year or so, I lost some weight and I quit the CPAP. My physician want me to go on a new CPAP again, but I'm going to stop the Melatonin to see if my night sweats stop. It is the supplement I have neglected to tell my physician about. I does insure sound sleep, but waking up in a soaked bed, and changing t-shirt and bedding has gotten old.
I have been taking Sonata for my insomnia since November of 2015. I am 64 years old. I noticed almost immediately that I was having night sweats similar to the ones I was having during the onset of menopause. Some nights I have to change my night gown 4 times in one night. Other nights it's ...
I think I have serotonin syndrome which brought on a multiple sclerosis relapse only the doctor doesn't think so. I was diagnosed with MS Jan 2008 and had a relapse a month or two later. I haven't had one since until now. I eat healthy and exercise (I cycle and swim, nothing to strenuous)and ...
I have been taking Depakote and at this time, I am gradually getting off of it. PLEASE remember that Keppra hurts the KIDNEYS. I am getting on Tileptral, which does not have the side effects of both Keppra and Depakote. As far as, Night Sweats, please remember that AZO helps, but also here ...
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