what I find interesting is that you find some of what your doctor says legitmate other things not. In your first post you said the doc listened
to you and ran tests. He came to the conclusion that it was hormonal and that the only thing in the liver was a likely hemingioma.
so you say your doc says this can't be anxiety. so you believe that. according to your thread he says it is likely hormonal but you don't believe that because all of your hormones come back normal. You are 48. hormones still fluctuate and minor fluctuations will cause this. But you don't believe this either, as per your thread. then you question the docs comments about hemingiomas.
so as I see it: you believe that doc is correct that it can't be anxiety, but don't believe him in that it can be hormonal and the hemingioma finding is really not that but a cancer.
this is typical hypo thinking
also MOST doctors are loathed to say anything other than dizzy or panicky feelings are anxiety related. and most mds are woefully uninformed about how the mind affects the body. That is why they refer to shrinks. Your doc listened to you about sweating because that is what docs do. they detect illness. once testing is done, they give the reason why they think you are having said issue..... in your case sweating. he is saying hormonal as that is the most likely cause in his medical opinion. NOT liver cancer as there is no evidence. He seems to be brushing you off--as per your original post---because he has done his job and checked you out and found nothing sinister and you won't believe him. so most docs would begin brushing off... IMO.
It seems you don't think it can be anxiety. Even though I posted a well thought out article above explaining HOW it can be anxiety. In all likelihood you have hormonal stuff and have anxiety continuing it on.
btw--I've know 3 people with forms of liver cancer. Actually a friend succumbed on Saturday from a rare form of a liver type cancer. These three people all had significant issues going on at diagnosis. Night sweats were not a presenting symptom of their liver cancer. sorry to tell ya
None of them dithered around for months with their symptoms without docs finding the cancer. yes I know you will say that you are in the "beginning" staGES. Interesting thing about liver cancer is that the "beginning" stages really don't have symptoms (and/or it often is a swiftly moving cancer), that is why it is detected so late in the disease. it is pretty darned silent.....
So, respectfully, you can continue this line of cancer thinking if you so choose................ but, again, I think your assessment is wrong.