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    Default Night sweats

    Anyone experience them after birth? I've had them every night from a week or so before birth till now - 2 months later! Its not like im hot at night - its freezing and waking up wet doesnt help. I thought it was water retention at first but im pre pregnancy size since week after birth and didnt have any swelling etc. read that it can be hormonal if you are breastfeeding but starting to get a bit uneasy. Surely not every night? I dont feel any different during the day, no extra sweating or hot flushes, just night sweats arghhh

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    Yep! DD is 5 weeks and I'm still getting them

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    I'm getting them occasionally in pregnancy, did you have that too?

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    It happened to me for the first couple months I think and got progressively better. DD is now three months and it hasnt happened in a while. I thought it may be due to breastfeeding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarelou View Post
    I'm getting them occasionally in pregnancy, did you have that too?
    I had them almost all the way through my pregnancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by itspinkrock View Post
    I had them almost all the way through my pregnancy
    I thought id just made the bed up with too warm sheets and blankets lol. Never even thought it was hormonal duh.

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    I hope its due to bf and not a menopause lol)
    I had the sweats at the end of pregnancy too.

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    Yes I had them, and it turned out to be an infection, my temp was only borderline 37ish so no one picked it up for 9 weeks.

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    Default Re: Night sweats

    Yeah i got them. dd is 3 weeks now and they have stopped. It got me worried at first no one told me it would happen but seems very common

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    Default Night sweats

    Oh ya! Had them for for a couple of months after DD was born!


 

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