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I had ds on June 24 and I've been sweating like crazy. My ob mentioned swelling as a possibility but I'm wondering if this is part is normal. My youngest is 8 so I feel like I'm starting over Click here to enlarge I realize its been in the 100's but I'm inside where its 75 degrees and I'm drenched.
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Oh I totally remember doing that with my boys. I was constantly dripping with sweat, milk, or spit up. Glamorous, right?!
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I think it was hormones. I distinctly remember thinking I would never be dry again. Both boys were born in June too.
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I had DD1 in Sept. in So Cal. The doctor said it was whoremones. Click here to enlarge I was miserable-our AC kept going out and it was 110 outside. Click here to enlarge
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I had Daniel in August. Same here. I think I forced DH to turn the AC down to something ridiculous like 62 LOLOL.
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Well I'm glad to know I'm not abnormal or dying. Hopefully it'll stop soon.
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Congratulations, Phil! Click here to enlarge My hubby's birthday is 6/24.

I sweat buckets with all of mine - winter and summer. Outside temp didn't make a difference. Your thyroid is probably working overtime to get your hormones back in check and that can absolutely cause temp changes. Hope you're feeling back to normal soon. Click here to enlarge

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I had 2 January babies and 2 summer babies, and I sweated buckets with all 4. Click here to enlarge

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Click here to enlarge Hormones. I remember sleeping on towels and changing them out in the middle of the night because they would be wet with sweat. So gross but it didn't last long.

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To cure excessive sweating and body odor, you need to locate the source of the sweating. Many natural solutions can be taken to find the source in which you can cure. Excessive sweating can be a battle but once you find the source, you can win that battle. Click here to enlarge
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I had ds on June 24 and I've been sweating like crazy. My ob mentioned swelling as a possibility but I'm wondering if this is part is normal. My youngest is 8 so I feel like I'm starting over Click here to enlarge I realize its been in the 100's but I'm inside where its 75 degrees and I'm drenched.
I have nearly the same spread in age!

I sweated a lot with my first, but not as much with my second.
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