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As mentioned in another thread I started Lucrin Depot quarterly injections in March 2017. I had my most recent one last Monday. Previous thread I've had hot flushes the whole time since 2017 except for a few months when I was taking Androcur (stopped taking it in April this year). I've noticed over the last few months that the flushes have become noticeably longer-lasting and 'wetter' but, perhaps, not as frequent (still have at least 6 or so every 24 hour more often in bed). Also on occasion a flush was definitely brought on by an anxious or stressful thought. For example, about 2am this morning in bed, I was thinking about some gardening my wife and I had done the previous afternoon. There's a slight slope in the garden and I had a sudden picture of my wife falling down. This instantly started a vigorous flush. The flushes are not always associated with anxiety but I was just wondering if a discussion of a correlation between flushes, ADT and anxiety has ever come up?
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