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Decreased levels of testosterone can cause male hot flashes. Men who receive therapy for prostate cancer or who are castrated have reduced testosterone levels and are more likely to be affected by hot flashes. Medication... More »

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Menopause, hyperthyroidism, damage to the hypothalamus, urinary tract infections and carcinoid syndrome can all cause hot flashes, according to Healthline. Pituitary tumors, HIV infection and alcoholism also produce symp... More »

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As of 2015, there is still debate about the mechanism that causes hot flashes after menopause, but most experts believe it involves decreased estrogen production and its effects on the hypothalamus, notes Healthline. The... More »

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Declines in testosterone, such as those caused by androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer, cause hot flashes in men, according to Healthline. Men castrated as part of treatment for that cancer also experience ho... More »

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Some over-the-counter treatments for hot flashes are vitamin B complex, vitamin E and ibuprofen. Natural or alternative remedies, including evening primrose, soy products, black cohosh and flaxseed, may also help to reli... More »

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Hormone therapy through intake of estrogen and progesterone, a low dosage of antidepressants, and the prescription drugs Gabapentin and Clonidine are treatment options for women's hot flashes, according to Mayo Clinic. H... More »

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