This is Dr. David
yes, it could be a viral infection.
have you checked yourself for fever?
this has been happening for 4 weeks?
are you loosing weight?
I'm glad you had a blood test.
Not really loosing weight. I sometimes feel a little feaverish
you should check your temperature with a thermometer and see if you have a fever
you could be fighting off a viral infection .
was your White blood cell count normal?
that is good your white blood cell count is normal.
if you have fevers, you might need a course of antibiotics to help fight off a potential infection.
are the sweats getting better or worse?
They are much the same. My teashirts are soaking with sweet and I have to change 3 times a day
you can see your doctor and get blood testing to check for certain viral infections
if your symptoms continue for more than 3-4 months, you might need to see a doctor about things like botox injections into sweat glands to try to stop or slow down your excessive sweating.
does this help?
do you have other questions?
have you tried using any antiperspirants.
you might benefit from using strong antiperspirants to slow down your sweating, something like secret clinical strength antiperspirant.
then it might in rare situations, lymphoma cancers can present with weight loss, fevers, and night sweats.
but it sounds like you are having sweats all the time.
you might need to have more testing like CT scans to check for enlarged lymph nodes.
or further blood testing to check for certain viral infections which I mentioned above.
I wish there was a quick and easy answer to your sweating problem
but unfortunately there isn't.
why did you rate poor service?
what other questions do you have?