It’s not listed in the MS symptom book but I have issues regulating my body temperature. It happens more often then I care to admit to and usually in the morning when I go out for either brunch or breakfast. I get coffee nothing unusual and eat and it causes my body to sweat. Sometimes is only a mild thing other times I’m in a full blown sweat where my hair line is wet my clothes are wet and you’d think I just had a kick ass workout but I’m sitting in a freaking booth trying to enjoy breakfast. As it happened this morning. I mean I was dripping and it is 61 degrees out. I’m wearing a short sleeve top with no jacket so I can’t even say it is because of what I am wearing. I drink hot coffee everyday in a thermos to keep it hot so to say it’s the coffee can’t be right. However the sweating part is still only the beginning. Once I overheat all my MS issues act up so now walking becomes more difficult when I’m leaving. Plus it’s embarrassing for me because you can tell I’m sweating. Then it goes away as fast as it came and I’m left frizzy, wet and just exhausted. I use to get this only at night, I’d get night sweats like if I was in menopause but I was in my thirties. I’d wake up soaked throwing off clothing changing shirts because my now wet shirt is making me cold. That brings me to the reverse to this when I get too cold and I can’t warm up. I’m wrapped in blankets and sweatshirts and the cold chill won’t leave. I’m forced to take a shower a very hot shower which then activates all the MS symptoms again. Once my body overheats again now I’m stuck in the shower with weakness in my legs and I’ve had to crawl out of a shower on many occasions. Again wrapped up like a mummy trying to sleep to wake up in a full sweat at some point. It can become a crazy cycle of symptoms. I don’t know why it happens, I never even read it about it. I know the night sweats started one time after I had a steroid infusion followed by starting a new MS drug. Was it the drug, the steroid or MS? Im not sure but the start of that drug was almost 7 years ago and the sweats and cold chill symptoms are still with me. It just makes sense it is one of those strange MS symptoms that I get.