Sorry, I’m not on Tec.
I do get what could be construed as the occasional hot flush, but I am a woman of a certain age, so I’m unsure whether it’s that, or a broken thermostat due to MS, or a little bit of both.
Sometimes, for example, I can’t cool down after a hot meal (I mean an ordinary dinner, not a hot curry or something). That happened last night, and my clothes and hair were damp and sticking to me - just from having dinner.
Sometimes it has happened in the night, and has been so bad I’ve had to get up and change the sheets.
But as I say, no real proof it’s the MS. The only clue is I first started noticing the odd problem with temperature regulation many years ago - well before MS was diagnosed, but also well before any thought that I could be approaching the menopause. This hints that it’s wholly or mainly an MS problem, and not age-related, as it started pretty young.