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Sweating problem

Hi my fellow Spines!

I have sciatica issues for 8 months now and am using drugs, exercising and swimming each day, using TENS regularly, going to PT and much of everything what can be done for the list of diagnoses stated below.

Now, last few days I generally feel "yuck" which is partially caused by depression connected with pain, but is unusual and am sweating a lot when I sleep, especially at nights. My GP connected that with sciatica so I am wondering how usual is that (the blood tests that I did recently showed generally good results) and how that can be treated? I have to change my pajama and sheets each morning because it's like I was in a lake of sweat. I also sweat excessively during any kind of physical activity, so I did not do my exercise (except swimming) for a week.

Does anyone have similar experience and what can be done to overcome that? Thanks in advance for any tip!
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  • Tell doc. Drugs can differ between brands and a change can solve the problem.

    L5-S1 herniation. Both knee meniscus tear. L4-5 herniation - 2 x nerve block injections. L4-5 discectomy. L1-2 nerve block injection. L4-5 reherniation - TLIF fusion. 2016: L1-2 and L5-S1 retrolistheses and multiple facet joint degeneration.
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