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When I awake at night to urinate, I have no problem or pain

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When I awake at night to urinate, I have no problem or pain while urinating but when I return to bed I sweat, not excessively, but just feel a bit warm and have a light sweat on my face and chest
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Myself Dr Josh and I’m happy to help with your question today. Please provide me the following information so that I can address your concern appropriately.
Are you suffering from any medical condition?
Have you noticed blood mixed with urine?
Do you have associated chills or fever?
Do you suffer from anxiety or severe stress?
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I will address all your questions. I don't have a medical condition, take no Rx - supplements include vitamins. No blood in urine. No associated chills or fever bu sometimes anxiety or stress and again this only happens at night. Thanks so much.

Thanks for quick input.
These symptoms are caused by a variety of medical conditions, and exact cause has to be evaluated by your doctor.
Possible reasons are-
-High thyroid hormone levels,
-Anxiety & tension states,
-Chronic infection,
-Autonomic nerve disorders.
-Diabetes,
-Heart conditions,
-Tumors.
You need may tests which include blood tests, imaging studies (such as X-rays or CT scans), and further specialized tests accordingly.
Once cause is evaluated, then you will be advised treatment accordingly.
It would be a good idea to consult endocrinologist as hormonal imbalance is one of the most common cause of night sweats.
Please consult a doctor and get it diagnosed.
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