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Chronic sweaty hands, red spots on palms. Treatment?

I have chronic sweaty hands and have all my life. the past couple of years in the Spring when my hands do sweat alot, I get these small red spots under the surface of the palms of my hands. You can only feel them when you run your finger over them. They almost look like prickly heat spots. Can you tell me what they might be? Thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Hi excess sweating of palms is called can be congenital.due to nutritional deficiency or due to excessive ca be treated by absorb dusting powder in the morning and application of aldry lotion in the night .if no response ionotophorosis or botox injections can be tried.the red spots which are felt can be is due to excessive can be treated by application of diprovate g ointment over the lesions and use of broad spectrum antibiotic twice daily
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