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Hello there. Im 25 years old and im concerned about the way i sweat.
ill sweat all day thruout the day. Ill have to change my clothes.
Sometimes i feel like i smell. thsi keeps me from trying to be social.
I dont like getting in a car if theres more than one person.
My heart starts pounding often, leaving me feeling fatigue. I just went the day before last to get checked and they couldnt help. like i was crazy or something. My blood pressure was high. my heart beat was irregular and they still sent me home. Even after they claimed they found an ovarian cyst. Why?? am i not sick enough for them? Im sweating right now 7am typing this message.. Is there any advice you can help me with. i have ran out of recources.

Kind Regards,
Timna


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replied December 15th, 2010
Ovulation and Ovaries Answer A17816
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
You can try requesting your doctor/healthcare provider to run a complete hormonal check for you to identify if any derangement is present that could be responsible for your symptoms. If the symptoms are associated with your anxiety attacks, then you need to tackle the anxiety first with counseling and medications. Your investigation results would reveal the cause and probable treatment for control of symptoms.
Ovarian cyst growth needs monitoring every 3-6 months with ultrasound scan to see if it is growing. You need to be in regular follow-up with your treating doctor.
Take care.



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