Hi Lovelabs. Babs can cause the sweating you describe. Sweats do not always have to be drenching.
If you are on too much thyroid medication, it could cause sweating but I don't know if it would be during the night. You would also likely have other symptoms too such as anxiety, heart palpitations (which can be Babs too!) extreme hunger, etc.
Hi Lovelabs. Guess what else are symptoms of Babesiosis? Lack of appetite and neck pain.
How long were you sick before getting diagnosed? Yes, it can take time to eradicate Babs, and sometimes it has to be re-treated. I believe four months is typically the minimum treatment time but longer treatment is not unusual. When co-infecitons are present, symptoms of all infections are typically more severe. Regardless of how many infections are present, it can take time to get better. The good news is that these diseases are treatable.
Hang in there.
James, not everyone who has Babesiosis has a fever.
Lyme and thyroid disorders can cause a below average body temperature.