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Excessive sweating after eating - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :  
Wanted to ask you sweating problem
Doctor :  
Sure
Doctor :  
Proceed with your query
User :   I start sweating after eating
Doctor :  
Ok
User :  
it the food is more spice, the more sweat i start getting
User :  
if*
User :  
this is pertaining for last 4 months
Doctor :  
Ok continue
Doctor :  
Ok
Doctor :  
Is it on the face mainly?
User :  
even after taking bath, some time i feel sweating
User :   yes, mainly on the face and back side of the head and back
Doctor :   Is it everytime after you have food?
User :  
mostly yes
Doctor :   Ok
User :  
What could be possible problems
Doctor :   Do you sweat more in your palms and soles?
User :  
no
User :  
they are dry
Doctor :  
Ok
User :  
guide me
Doctor :  
Have you shown it to a doctor before?
User :  
no
User :  
i thought it could be because of summers
Doctor :  
Ok
User :  
but no summers are over
User :  
now**
Doctor :  
Is it really affecting your life?
User :  
sometime i feel embarassing
User :  
while having food with my friends


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