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it may be normal, it may not be
you should see your GP doctor and get blood testing of your thyroid hormone levels
and iron and CBC complete blood counts to check for infection and low iron
and check on estrogen and FSH and LH levels.
it could be due to your low estrogen levels or low or high thyroid hormone levels possibly
you may have a viral or bacterial infection which can cause night sweats
are you coughing up phlegm or mucus? what color?
do you have fever? do you have a thermometer to check your temperature?
I'm glad you gave up smoking
that is good you don't have a fever.
you may have allergies or bronchiectasis swelling of your airways causing cough and sputum production.
you may benefit from cough medications like robitussin and mucinex to help your lungs.
you can take paracetamol which could help you with your night sweat symptoms.
drinking more water and taking robitussin cough medication can help it come up easier.
some patients benefit from allergy medications like benadryl 25-50mg before bed and allegra or claritin during the day which can help decrease mucus
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no, it would not be TB.
TB is rare
you can get TB testing
I bet your TB is negative.