Thanks for writing in to us.Trimethylaminuria
is a disorder in which the volatile, fish-smelling compound, trimethylamine
(TMA) accumulates and is excreted in the urine, but is also found in the sweat and breath of these patients. Because many patients have associated body odours or halitosis
, trimethylaminuria sufferers can meet serious difficulties in a social context, leading to other problems such as isolation and depression
To date there has been no systematic appraisal of suggested treatments in this condition, but it seems clear that the various options have not been universally successful, particularly in severely affected individuals. At the very least, patients may benefit from being warned that the symptom may be exacerbated by febrile infections and during the perimenstrual period.
Use of deodorants with anti perspirants and having good diet can helps. Use anti microbial powder on your feet.
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