Usually this indicates a fever/high temperature which can be caused by many infections, not just malaria. Like flu, for example. When your temperature gets abnormally high the body tries to cool itself down, causing sweats and you to feel cold. Take paracetamol to lower the temperature and don't wrap up, this will make your body even hotter. If it lasts more than a few days see a doctor
I'm male, 36 yrs old and I sweat so bad that I'm very concered. I'm 6'1 210lbs. And work in construction. There are guys I work with that are way larger than I am and don't sweat half as much as I do. My question is this. I don't just sweat in armpits, feet, and hands. I SWEAT EVERYWERE and I SWEAT A LOT. What is wrong with me ?
These are symptoms of malaria. Go for the test for malaria which will tell you about the pathogen i.e. Plasmodium. This problem can also occur at pre menopausal age when ovaries stop responding to circulation levels of FSH.
Sweating is a common symptom of menopause. In the absence of estrogen many complication occurs like insomnia, depression, hot flushes and sweating etc. Hysterectomy means removal of uterus only. Sweating is not due to hysterectomy. Because in this condition only uterus is removed not the ovaries, a source of estrogen production. This problem can occur when ovaries are removed called oophoractomy. Menopausal symptoms are associated with oophoractomy not with hysterectomy.
Your right a hysterectomy does not cause menopausal symptoms but I did say I had a complete hysterectomy which involved both ovaries. I felt the symptoms should have abated by now since it has been almost 1 1/2 years since my last dose of estrogen.
I'm just giving a guess here but most people have sweating problems due to being nervous or not making fun of anyone....also being large in body fat (chubby,fat,blubber)