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Treatment for excessive perspiration - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
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User :   hi
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   m 23 yrs old ..
User :   i think im suffering from excessive perspiration
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   since when
User :   many yrs
Doctor :   do u have any other medical problems other than excessive sweating
User :   no
Doctor :   r u taking any medciine
User :   i have tried many anti perspirants ,, but no effect
User :   no medicines
Doctor :   anytime thyroid function tests were done
User :   no
Doctor :   it is common in teens to have increased sweating
Doctor :   Women actually have more sweat glands then men
User :   only once anti perspirant had helped me with dry skin... the name was Secret Anti Perspirant .. and after tat i was back to where it started
Doctor :   do u get nervous or angry often
Doctor :   ok
User :   yeah i do
Doctor :   this will lead to sweating
User :   it was often b4... now its much controlled
Doctor :   so also having spicy food
User :   i ve reduced tat as well
Doctor :   do u have fever , weight loss or chest pain along with sweating
User :   nope
Doctor :   avoid taking coffee,
User :   oh
Doctor :   coffee can cause excessive sweating
Doctor :   wear cotton clothes
User :   althou i drink very lil coffee.. jus in the mornin ... i ll try avoiding
Doctor :   Drink plenty of water to replace lost body fluids
Doctor :   wear a cloth that is comfortable and keeps u cool like one made with natural fibres
Doctor :   like cotton
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Slightly lower room temperature to prevent more sweating
Doctor :   if the problem persists get a thyroid function tests done
Doctor :   if u have weight loss or chest pain
Doctor :   promptly consult a physician
User :   no wt loss or chest pains ...
Doctor :   ok
User :   wat are thyroid func tests ?? y re they done ??
Doctor :   even emotional or stress can cause increased sweating
Doctor :   excessive sweating can be due to hyperthyroidism as well
Doctor :   thyroid function tests are done
Doctor :   to check thyroid hormonal levels
User :   hw can the tests affect me ?
Doctor :   only after clinical examination and these tests
Doctor :   we can arrive at the exact cause of ur problem
Doctor :   i would advise u to practise meditation and yoga
Doctor :   it will help u overcome this problem
Doctor :   if it is due to stress
Doctor :   r u able to follow
User :   yeah
User :   i ll remember tat
User :   wat abt anti perspirants ?? do they help ?? if so wat do u suggest ???
Doctor :   also get a blood glucose levels done
User :   blood glucose levels??
Doctor :   u can use the anti perspirant spray
User :   which ones ?
Doctor :   yes it can be due to diabetes as well
User :   which anti perspirant spray
Doctor :   where are u located
Doctor :   r ut here
User :   ya
User :   ya
User :   i stay in
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Dove u can use
Doctor :   or continue with Secret anti perspirant spray
User :   Secret doesnt wrk anymore
Doctor :   u can try DOVE
User :   anythin else ?
Doctor :   we need to rule the medical causes as well
Doctor :   anything else u would like us to help u with
User :   nothin else.
User :   Thanks for the advice
Doctor :   bye for now
User :   bye
User :   u too.
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