Our expert says:
Hot flushes can be caused by hormonal imbalances, underlying infections like TB/pneumonia or urinary tract infections, some blood diseases, even some medications. I think you should ask your GP to refer you to a physician for further examination and testing. (Check your calcium levels too)
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